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Country
Poland  
Name
Szczecin Maritime University  
General Information
 
Structure of Institution

 
Ships

Name:NAWIGATOR XXI

IMO: 9161247

MMSI: 261187000

Call Sign: SNHA

Flag: Poland (PL)

Gross Tonnage: 1245

DeadWeight: 310

Length x Breadth: 60.3m × 10.47m

Built: 1998

 
Structure of Program

9.1 Structure of Navigation program

 

Nine different courses are offered at first degree studies:

  • < >Maritime Transport< >Deep Sea Fisheries< >Marine Traffic Engineering< >Hydrographic Survey and Aids to Navigation< >Marine Salvage and Rescue< >Marine Information Systems< >Maritime and Inland Water Transport< >Operation of Offshore Vessels

    ・ Deep-sea mining

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    Transport

  • Maritime Transport Safety Engineering

  • Navigational Technologies and Systems

     

    Geodesy and Cartography

  • < > 

     

    Computer Science

  • Marine Computer Science

     

    Navigation (MSc studies)

  • Maritime Transport

     

    Second degree full-time studies are available for graduates of all courses.

    First degree part-time studies include one course: sea transport.

    Also, second degree part-time students can major in sea transport. Candidates are both first degree part-time graduates as well as full-time graduates of all courses.

     

    Graduates of Maritime Transport completing full-time studies are well prepared for deck  officer positions on sea-going ships and for jobs in organizations dealing with international shipping and all other sectors of the maritime economy.

     

    Practical training:

  • preparatory (1st year of studies): duration – two weeks, location – aboard the m/v Nawigator XXI;

  • seamanship (2nd year of studies): duration – four weeks, location – ferries operated by the Polish Baltic Ferry Shipping  (PŻB) and  Euroafrica Shipping Lines.

  • ship handling (3rd year of studies): duration -  three weeks, location -  m/v Nawigator XXI.

  • individual onboard training (4th year of studies): duration – varied, to complete the required 12-month period of onboard training, location -  Polish and foreign merchant ships.

     

    Graduates of Deep Sea Fisheries are well prepared to take deck officer positions on sea-going ships and in organizations dealing with international shipping and all other sectors of the maritime economy, as well as commanding fishing vessels or working as fish catch managers.

     

    Practical training:

  • net workshop (1st year): duration - two weeks, location -  the Maritime University in Szczecin.

  • preparatory (1st year of studies): duration -  one week, location – aboard the m/v Nawigator XXI;

  • seamanship (after 1st year of studies): duration – four weeks, location – fishing vessels.

  • navigational/fishing (3rd/4th year of studies): duration -  to complete the required 12-month period of onboard training, Location -  fishing boats/ vessels and merchant ships of Polish and foreign owners.

     

    Graduates of Marine Traffic Engineering are well prepared to take deck officer positions on sea-going ships and in organizations dealing with international shipping and all other sectors of the maritime economy, particularly vessel traffic service centres, navigational safety departments, maritime offices etc. 

     

    Practical training:

  • preparatory (1st year of studies): duration -  one week, location – aboard the m/v Nawigator XXI;

  • seamanship (after 1st year of studies): duration – four weeks, location – ferries operated by the Polish Baltic Ferry Shipping  (PŻB) and  Euroafrica Shipping Lines;

  • specialized onboard (3rd year of studies): duration – four weeks, location -  m/v Nawigator XXI;

  • specialized land-based (3rd year of studies): duration – eight weeks, location -   maritime administration offices or onboard a merchant vessel: duration -  to complete the required 12-month period of onboard training, location -  merchant ships of Polish and foreign owners.

     

    Graduates of Hydrographic Survey and Aids to Navigation are well prepared to take deck officer positions on sea-going ships and in organizations dealing with international shipping and all other sectors of the maritime economy, as well as shipping-related  organizations, such as hydrographic offices, maritime offices, marine mining and production, geodesic services, port control, inland shipping inspectorates, waterway administrations etc.

     

    Practical training:

  • preparatory (1st year of studies): duration -  one week, location – aboard the m/v Nawigator XXI;

  • seamanship (after 1st year of studies): duration – four weeks, location – ferries operated by the Polish Baltic Ferry Shipping  (PŻB) and  Euroafrica Shipping Lines;

  • geodesic (after 2nd year of studies): duration -  two weeks, location -  geodesic institutions;

  • specialized onboard (3rd year of studies): duration -  six weeks, location -  maritime administration or onboard a merchant vessel to complete the required 12-month period of onboard training on a merchant ship of Polish and foreign owners.

     

    Students of hydrographic survey and aids to navigation also undergo professional geodesic training that makes them capable of handling surveying equipment and performing geodesic measurements.

     

    Marine Salvage and Rescue graduates are well prepared to take deck officer positions on sea-going ships and in organizations dealing with international shipping and all other sectors of the maritime economy, as well as Marine Search and Rescue Services, Polish Shipping Salvage (PRO) and as inland shipping inspectors or waterway directorate officers.

     

    Practical training:

  • preparatory (1st year of studies): duration -  two weeks, location -  aboard the m/v Nawigator XXI;

  • seamanship (after 1st year of studies): duration – four weeks, location – ferries operated by the Polish Baltic Ferry Shipping  (PŻB) and  Euroafrica Shipping Lines.

  • mountain camp (1st year of studies): duration – nine days, location -   Szklarska Poręba.

  • water rescue (after 2nd year of studies): duration – ten days, location – Lake Ińsko and the Marine Rescue Training Centre.

  • specialized onboard (3rd year of studies): duration – four weeks, location -  m/v Nawigator XXI.

  • land/sea (3rd year of studies): duration -  six weeks, location -  maritime administration, coastal rescue stations, tugs, salvage tug or onboard a merchant vessel: duration -  to complete the required 12-month period of onboard training, location -  merchant ships of Polish and foreign owners.

  • medical rescue (4th year of studies): duration – four days, location -  medical rescue (ambulance) stations and departments.

    Specialized training and apprenticeship aim at the improvement of rescue skills, with a focus on marine and medical rescue operations, towage services, diving operations in emergencies and rescue boat handling.

     

    Graduates of Marine Information Systems have qualifications for employment as deck officers on sea-going ships and in organizations dealing with international shipping and all other sectors of the maritime economy, as well as in units dealing with gathering and processing information at maritime economy companies, such as shipowners, forwarders, ports, maritime administration, classification societies and firms creating and implementing information systems for the marine transport sector.

     

    Practical training:

  • preparatory (1st year of studies): duration -  one week, location – aboard the m/v Nawigator XXI;

  • seamanship (after 1st year of studies): duration – four weeks, location – ferries operated by the Polish Baltic Ferry Shipping  (PŻB) and  Euroafrica Shipping Lines;

  • Specialized onboard (3rd year of studies): duration – eight weeks, location -  maritime administration offices or onboard – duration -  to complete the required 12-month period of onboard training, location -  merchant ships of Polish and foreign owners.

     

    9.2 Structure of Marine Engineering program

     

 
On-Board Trainig Scheme