Maritime University of Szczecin has its own dormitories which are located 300 meters from main Maritime University Hall (main University building). There are two , ten-stroyed dormitories- KORAB and PASSAT which can guarantee accommodation for around 900 students. Both buildings were renovated and offered double and triple rooms. Rooms are grouped in two or four boxes with common bathroom, consisting from shower cabin, toilet and two washbasins.
Erasmus+ exchange students are offered a place in the student house on the same basis as polish students. Total monthly rent in student’s dormitory is 366 (triple room) is PLN (around 90 EUR)
The campus buildings are situated in the vicinity of beautiful Zeromski Park, not far from Plac Rodla, city’s major junction where is located bus terminus and which is crisscrossed by trams. Moreover from campus you can easily go to the city centre (just 5 minutes walk) with malls, cinemas, theaters, restaurants as well as the historic old town.
Each room is equipped with standard furniture (bed, cupboard, desk, chairs) as well as with basic equipment like duvet, pillow and sheets. There are no kitchen supply in the rooms- but there is a common kitchen on each floor which is equipped with an electric cooker, drain board, sink and table as well as with a fridge. All students have to have their own kitchen dishes and pans. There is also laundry room in the building as well as TV room with cable TV access, study room, ironing rooms deposit room and leisure rooms for table tennis, aerobics or dance. The free Internet is accessible in each room.
Other facilities at the campus
On campus premises there are two canteens known as Bistro and Pod Masztami. Bistro is located in building on Szczerbcowa 4 street on the first floor. Instead Pod Masztami is located in the main University building on Wały Chrobrego 1-2 street on the basement. Both are offered a full hot lunch menu during the semester . You can find there some snacks and drinks as well. The current cost of one student hot meal is around 12 PLN (3 EUR).
In the University complex there are also swimming pool, gym, student club “POD MASZTAMI” and small shop with basic products.There is a clinic situated in campus which offers medical service for MUS students. There are primary health care as well as stomatologist. If you feel bad you can easily go there. Before you go to the clinic, please contact with International Mobility Office we will help you to arrange an appointment with the doctor (tel. +48 91 480 93 45 or send an e-mail on firstname.lastname@example.org). EU citizens to go to the clinic and get free medical help will need to have European Health Insurance Card (EHIC). Non EU citizens will need confirmation of insurance card in order to avoid payment.
If you will decided to stay in our dorms, you have to know what rules are in force there. The most important rule concerns open hours. Lights-out start at 10. 00 PM and finish at 6.00 AM. During this time you should behave quiet and don not disturb other students. Your guests can visit you everyday during visitors hours i.e 6.00AM to 24.00 PM.
Students take care about tidiness by themselves. All common rooms must be cleaned after using by persons who were staying there. As regards to boxes and rooms each student has keep his room clean and tidy. Besides that each of them has his turn to clean common bathroom (clean utilities are provided). Once a month takes place a checking for tidiness which is made by commission. If you fail checking three times you will have to abandon the dorm. But if the result of checking will be excellent three times in succession commission will not check your room any more.
The students are obliged to pay rent by the end of the each month. The payment can be only made to individual for each student bank account. There is a bank located next to the student house where you can pay by cash, it is also possible to pay by bank transfer.