Maritime University of Szczecin

Maritime University of Szczecin (MUS) is a public, technical university the history of which dates back to 1947. 

We offer education to 3000 students within 12 BSc programmes (+2 in English) and 6 MSc programmes (+2 in English) also 7 non-degree postgraduate programmes, and numerous vocational courses and training

Our mission is to educate highly qualified marine crew i.e. navigators and mechanical engineers who perfectly cater for the needs of contemporary merchant fleet.  We educate also highly qualified on-shore personnel of transport-forwarding-logistics industry.

The University boasts over 100 well-equipped laboratories, a modern research-training vessel - the m/s Nawigator XXI and 17 most technically advanced simulators such as: Marine Centrifugal Pump Simulator, Ship Handling Simulator, LNG EU Training Centre, Anti-Collision ARPA Simulator, Vessel Traffic System (VTS) Simulator, Satellite Communication System Simulator - GMDSS, Hydro-Acoustic Simulator, Autopilot Simulator, Radar Simulator, Cargo Handling Simulator, Fishing Simulator, Operational and Graphical Engine Room Simulators, Engine Room Full Mission Simulator K-Sim type, Refrigeration Simulator, Full-Mission Bridge Simulator, Fuel Research, Hydraulic Fluids and Environmental Protection Centre

Moreover, MUS has been actively participating in numerous externally funded international projects which resulted in state-of-the-art research and didactic infrastructure but also in researching into most pressing, maritime issues and following the latest educational trends (between 2000-2020 we participated in nearly 100 projects, including 4 within Horizon2020).

The University is composed of five faculties: 

  • - Faculty of Navigation,
  • - Faculty of Marine Engineering,
  • - Faculty of Engineering and Economics of Transport,
  • - Faculty of Computer Science and Telecommunications,
  • - Faculty of Mechatronics and Electrical Engineering