The second meeting in the cycle STEERING FOR CAREER is behind us. In March, an occasion for a meeting was the WOMEN'S DAY and, thus, the guest was Klaudia Skotnica-Filat, Master Mariner and a graduate of the former Higher Maritime School (now Maritime University of Szczecin).
An official agreement on cooperation between the Maritime University of Szczecin and the Maritime School Complex in Darłowo was signed on Friday, 9th March, in Szczecin.
Technologically advanced solutions arrived at the laboratories of the Maritime University of Szczecin at the beginning of this year. Thanks to modern equipment which will be used by students and scientists, the University does not lose its speed, extending its teaching and scientific offer.
Maritime University of Szczecin got the European patent EP2504719 "A method and system of navigational decision support in the process of safe vessel navigation" granted by the European Patent Office.
We would like to inform that, in February 2018, the Marine Officers' Training Centre was subject to an audit carried out by three representatives of the Ministry of Maritime Economy and Inland Navigation, the aim of which was to extend the approval of our centre to include trainings conducted in English.
In the period 19-23 February 2018, the fifth session of the Sub -Committee on Navigation, Communication and Search and Rescue (NCSR) of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) was held in London.
A pilot programme of a military training for students - the Academic Legion - has been launched at the Maritime University of Szczecin. On Tuesday, 16th January, an open meeting promoting the programme was held by representatives of the Ministry of National Defence, Grzegorz Matyasik and Colonel Remigiusz Żuchowski.