Course

Mechanical Engineering

Faculty of Marine Engineering
Faculty: Faculty of Marine Engineering
Type of studies: graduate
Language: English, angielski,
Duration: 3 semesters
Mode of study: Part-time
Degree: Master of Engineering
Timeframe: Enrolment is open until 24.02.2023

Enrolment is open until 24.02.2023

Before enrolling in a postgraduate course carried out in English, all candidates are required to pass the English language test. Exemptions from the test can be granted to the candidates who:

- speak English as their mother tongue,

- received the Cambridge First Certificate or equivalent,

- graduated from English-speaking high school or college,

- completed other undergraduate or graduate courses in English,

- passed the English language test (advanced level) during their leaving exams,

- completed other undergraduate or graduate courses in Poland and received at least B grade at their final exam.

Description:

During the Mechanical Engineering course, you will learn about the issues related to the day-to-day operation, management and diagnosis of equipment typically used in the marine engine room. It gives our graduates a variety of job opportunities, ranging from the typical career path as a ship's crew member, to employment in repair and maintenance companies and also starting their own business. During the course, the students acquire competence in operation and maintenance of marine power plants. After completion of the required internship, these qualifications shall be endorsed with an Engineer Officer of the Watch certificate issued by the relevant maritime administration, which allows the holder to work on board as a ship's engineer officer.

During their studies, students acquire knowledge in the field of preparing, managing and carrying out overhauls of power equipment, industrial, refrigeration and recycling plants. Students are trained in: the principles of teamwork, standards for the technical services operation, classification societies, shipowners' technical supervision services and other technical inspection bodies. Students also learn to coordinate tasks related to the equipment operation process, acquire skills in supporting design work in simple engineering tasks, selection of materials used for machinery components and supervision of their operation in shipyards or production, maintenance and repair companies.

Why is it worth it?

Regardless of the development of autonomous transport systems, the automation of energy equipment or the implementation of AI-based computer technologies, the necessity to maintain the technical condition of these facilities at an appropriate level will not disappear. In short, someone has to know how to repair this equipment.

The competencies acquired during the studies can be used in various areas of the economy, from the broadly defined maritime economy, through the energy sector to the mining industry, etc. Personal and professional development, changes in the economic climate and other external factors lead to career development and may result in changing the workplace, but the knowledge and skills acquired during your studies will continue to be used and developed.

The course programme provides training at the operational level and allows - after graduation and completion of internship - to obtain the basic officer qualification in the engine department. The programme also provides training at the management level, allowing - after additional training and passing the exam - to obtain the second engineer officer certificate. This is without having to attend a six-month course which poses some financial and logistical challenges for people working full-time.

Work

On completion of the graduate course, the Master of Engineering degree is granted and graduates are prepared to continue their education at the postgraduate and doctoral level. The success stories of our graduates show, that they are able to perform exceptionally well, not only in areas specific to the maritime economy but also in the field of the energy and mining industry or processing and chemical industry, wherever knowledge and skills in the domain of maintenance, diagnostics and repair of mechanical devices are required.

All candidates are expected to submit the following application documents by the admissions deadline:

1. Application form.

2. A copy of the graduation diploma certified by the university (if a diploma has been obtained outside Poland, the candidate must be entitled to continue education on graduate studies in the country where the diploma has been issued). The candidate is obliged to submit the original diploma with an Apostille or validated by the Polish Consul. *

3. Diploma supplement  (with a transcript of records and other information on the programme you completed).

4. 2 full-face photographs, 3.5 cm x 4.5 cm (the photographs should be identical, up-to-date, clear, showing a person’s face with no headcover or dark glasses, head in a left half- profile with the whole left ear visible, face evenly lit) photos are also required in digital version (as an attachment during the admission process on the MUS website); If there is a problem with attaching the photo, the MUS Admission Commission will upload it later on.

5. Application fee receipt (PLN 85).

6. ID card (for inspection only).

7. The information clause GDPR.

Candidates who apply for two programmes within the same Faculty, submit only one application form indicating their first and second choice. Only one application fee is required

Candidates are required to apply via University admissions website https://irk.am.szczecin.pl/Default.aspx

Important: to complete the application candidates for the programmes delivered in the English language may submit all their application documents in digital form only. However, on arrival to Poland, it is mandatory for them to complete enrolment i.e. submit all application documents in paper versions.

* Only persons who hold an undergraduate diploma (According to Article 326 of the Higher Education Act dated 20.07.2018, Poland) may apply for admission to the Maritime University of Szczecin

See  our Prospectus of programmes delivered in English  for EU citizens 

See  our Prospectus of programmes delivered in English  for non-EU citizens 


 

Pliki do pobrania

1. Admission Application
2. Admission application form for candidates from outside Poland
4. Information clause GDPR RODO ENG

Application fee: PLN 85

payment can be made at the University cash desk or directly to the Maritime University of Szczecin account:
Bank Pekao S.A. 91 1240 3927 1111 0011 0575 2658
IBAN PL 91 1240 3927 1111 0011 0575 2658
SWIFT: PKOPPLPW

Tuition fees in English:

Polish citizens – 2 560 PLN/year
Foreigners mentioned in article 324, paragraph 2 of the Polish Higher Education Act (EU citizens, Polish Card holders (pol. Karta Polaka), Permanent Residence Permit holders, the decision of a Polish consul certifying Polish origin, refugees, Temporary Residence Card holders - family reunification, holders of PKPZJPjO certificate on the level min. C1, spouse, child or parent of a Polish citizen living in Poland) – 2 560 PLN/year
Foreigners from outside the European Union – 11 500 PLN/year.

The candidate applying for two courses (primary and alternative) within one Faculty is charged only one admission fee of PLN 85.
Maritime University of Szczecin, Poland, front of the main buildingINTERNATIONAL STUDENTS AND MOBILITY OFFICE
Maritime University of Szczecin /Politechnika Morska w Szczecinie
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tel. +48 91 48 09 965 (English, German)
tel. +48 91 48 09 345 (English, Spanish)
tel. +48 91 48 09 817 (Russian - only from 10.00 till 14.00 CET)

fax: +48 91 48 09 831

email: international@pm.szczecin.pl
 
Results:
Enrolment on the courses is conducted by the Faculty Admission Commission.

Admission results can be checked on the MUS admissions website. 
Information about being admitted to the MUS will be sent by post.

Candidates who have been refused admission through an administrative decision of the Admission Commission have the right to appeal to the Rector of the Maritime University of Szczecin within 14 days of receiving the decision, through the Admission Commission (applies to Polish citizens).
Candidates who have been refused admission through an administrative decision of the Admission Commission have the right to appeal to the Rector of the Maritime University of Szczecin within 14 days of receiving the decision (applies to foreigners).