A group of students from the Maritime University of Szczecin completed their on-board training under the sails of STS Kruzenshtern – one of the biggest sailing ships in the world.
The project entitled: "Development of a technology for acquisition and exploration of gravimetric data of the foreshore and seashore of Polish maritime areas" (MORGAV) obtained co-financing as a part of measure 4.1 Research and Development, sub-measure 04 "Application Projects" of the Smart Growth Operational Programme 2014-2020 co-financed from the resources of the European Regional Development Fund.
On 11th November, the Independence Regattas were held on the boat harbour. In this way, students from the rowing section of the MUS Academic Sports Association commemorated the 100th anniversary of Polish independence.
On 9th November, a German Oerlikon anti-aircraft gun on a naval mounting was pulled out of water as a part of the Wracks of Kołobrzeg project of the Museum of Polish Arms in an action carried out together with the project partners. The estimated weight of the gun and the mounting is ca. 550 kg.
In the period 2 - 5 November, the The Rector of the Maritime University of Szczecin, Wojciech Ślączka, DSc. Eng., Master Mariner and the Vice Rector for Science Artur Bejger, DSc. Eng., took part in the International Forum of the Representatives of Maritime University Authorities and the Scientific Symposium combined with the 60th anniversary of Zhejiang Ocean University in China.
A meeting of the National Section of Inland Navigation and Maritime Economy was held on 16th October 2018 at the Maritime University of Szczecin. The meeting was attended by 13 Section members.
A description of 220 exhibits connected with the maritime history of West Pomerania and water-related issues were presented during the meeting at the Maritime University of Szczecin by Piotr Kossobudzki, an expert of the KarekDesign-Neuron.edu consortium. The meeting was also attended by the Province Marshal, Olgierd Geblewicz, the MCN Director, Witold Jabłoński, Rector Wojciech Ślączka, DSc. Eng., Master Mariner, Professor of MUS and the Dean of the Faculty of Navigation, Paweł Zalewski, DSc. Eng., Chief Officer, Professor of MUS. The Dean is also the chairman of the MCN Programme Council.

We have signed a memorandum of cooperation with SekolahTinggi Ilmu Pelayaran - Maritime Higher Education Institute in Jakarta on board of Dar Młodzieży. The Maritime University of Szczecin was represented by the Vice Rector for Teaching, Agnieszka Deja, PhD. Eng.

The prototype of an autonomous vessel was created in the Department of Naval Architecture and Shipbuilding. The vessel model is 3.15 m long, 0.46 m wide and has the draught of 0.17 m.

Publications of the employees of the Faculty of Engineering and Economics of Transport in the Web of Science base distinguished with the HIGHLY CITED PAPER title. „Highly Cited Paper” is a list of leading world publications (only1%), which are the best and the most significant for development of a particular scientific discipline.
The Marshal of the West Pomerania Province, Olgierd Geblewicz and the Rector of the Maritime University of Szczecin, Wojciech Ślączka, DSc, Eng. Master Mariner, Professor of MUS, signed an agreement on co-financing of the construction of the Centre for Operation of Floating Objects (COFO) on 2nd October. The meeting was also attended by the MUS Chancellor, Andrzej Durajczyk.
The academic year inauguration ceremony of the Maritime University of Szczecin was held on 28th and 29th September.
During the visit of President Andrzej Duda in Australia, Polskie LNG signed an agreement on cooperation with the University of Western Australia, which is one of the most important LNG technology development centres in the world.
On September 25, we received a message from the Scientific Journals Evaluation Team of the Index Copernicus International, that based on the information submitted in our journal’s questionnaire Index Copernicus experts calculated Index Copernicus Value (ICV) for 2017: ICV 1017 = 100.00
The Choir of the Maritime University of Szczecin has invited the inhabitants of Szczecin to the fifth edition of the Joint Sounds project. This time, the special musical guests of the project were Micromusic, Skubas and Smolik.