April 15, 2011, the Maritime University of Szczecin and the Agency for Restructuring and Modernisation of Agriculture have signed a contract for the project entitled "Launching the Baltic Fisheries Training Centre in Kolobrzeg as a modern training tool." Project implemented by the University is co-financed by the European Union under the European Fisheries Fund.
In celebration of the Sea Days - Szczecin Sail 2011 on Friday 10 June at 19:00 at the Central Cemetery under the monument "To those who have not returned from the sea ..."will be held solemn call and laying flowers. The ceremony will be attended by among others municipal authorities, representatives of the Maritime University and the marine industry companies.
Within the frames of "Development and promotion of technical studies in the Maritime University Project" Careers Office organizes the 15 placements in companies for students and graduates (i.e. those who received their MUS Diploma no longer than 6 months - starting from the date of participation in the internship).
From 1 - 14 June an international organization AIESEC opens its ranks to students in Szczecin. This is an excellent opportunity for those wishing to develop their interests and skills. Join over 50 000 students from 107 countries around the world and feel special! For more information, please visit http://www.szczecin.aiesec.pl/
If you want to learn about the Maritime University of Szczecin and have a look at modern laboratories, simulators and faculty-owned scientific laboratories and find out about the course of studying at one of the best maritime universities of the European Union - come to the " Maritime University Open Door “- Welcome 11-12 June 2011 (Saturday-Sunday).
On the 30.05.-04.06.2011 the Marine Rescue Training Centre organized the next edition of a free Motorboat Skipper Course financed due to the European Union project ‘Cała naprzód’/ ’Full astern’. The group of 10 people, successfully recruited to take part in the course, had 3-day lectures on motorboat construction, navigation, rescuing, signaling and communication.
On 30.05.-02.06.2011 the Marine Rescue Training Centre hosted a group of 40 students of the Maritime University of Szczecin. The students, encouraged by a big discount for organized groups at the courses by MRTC, decided to take part in an Advanced Fire Fighting Training. The participants were extinguishing small and big fires, had practical drills, both at fire fighting field and in a smoke chamber wearing breathing apparatuses. They also took part in a simulation of fire fighting on board.
The Maritime University Choir conducted by Sylvia Fabiańczyk-Makuch won the third place at the 42nd Nationwide Choir Competition in Legnica ‘Legnica Cantat’! On 28 May, this year in Legnica the 42nd National Choirs Tournament "Legnica Cantat" took place. It is the most important and highest-ranking of this type of festivals in Poland. To qualify for the festival is a great honor. Based on the submitted CD and DVD recordings, the Festival Artistic Council has selected twelve of the more than twenty reported choirs.
Careers Office of the Maritime University of Szczecin invites students and alumni to meet with the company MAGEMAR Poland representatives, operating in the TFL (Transport-Forwarding-Logistics), to be held on Monday 30/5/2011, in Hall No. 7 (ul.Szczerbcowa ), at 13:30 - 14:30. The presentation is organized in a series of meetings "Eye to eye with the employer” realized as part of the project: " Development and promotion of technical studies at the Maritime University of Szczecin.
April 15, 2011, the Maritime University of Szczecin and the Agency for Restructuring and Modernization of Agriculture have signed a grant agreement for the project entitled. "Reducing fuel consumption and the toxicity of exhaust gases of fishing boats engines’. Project implemented by the University is co-financed by the European Union under the European Fisheries Fund. The Project manager and its author is Professor Oleh Klyus.
On 16 - April 17, in Warsaw, the Polish Academic Championships in Rowing Ergo-meter were held with over 550 participants from 40 universities taking part in the competition. As every year, the rowing team of the Maritime University of Szczecin, coached by Wojciech Jaskiewicz, turned out very strong, confirming their high aspiration of winning gold medals both in the individual and team disciplines, despite fierce competition.