Marine Electrical Engineering, Marine Engineering & Navigation Programs in Poland

GDYNIA MARITIME UNIVERSITY

Gdynia Maritime University is the largest state school of higher education in Poland and one of the largest in Europe. Since 1920 the University has been preparing graduates for officer positions on board merchant marine vessels and for managerial positions at the land-based institutions and companies representing the maritime industry and seaside regions. The University four Faculties offer degree in Navigation, Marine Engineering, Marine Electrical Engineering and Business Administration. At present Gdynia Maritime University provides studies for 8000 students.

The programs of studies satisfy both Polish educational standards provided by the Ministry of Education and also the requirements of the International Maritime Organization – IMO. The academic staff – representing doctor of science degree and scientific titles of a professor accompanied, in many cases, by the highest marine diplomas of a Master Mariner, Chief Engineer Officer and Shipboard Electrical Engineer – supported by the laboratory facilities offering 25 specialized simulators and ISO 9001 education quality management system implemented by the Gdynia Maritime University.

The Maritime University actively co-operates in the conduct of joint research projects, preparation of young generation academic staff and in the exchange of students with 18 maritime institutions of higher education within international organizations such as: European University Association (EUA) and International Association of Maritime Universities (IAMU).

Academic & Training Programs

Faculty of Electrical Engineering

  • M.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering (Ship Automation and Marine Electrical Power Engineering)
  • M.Sc. degree in Electronics and Communication Systems (Marine Electronics and Marine Telecomunications)

Faculty of Marine Engineering

The framework of Mechanical Engineering and Machine Design major includes first-degree (Engineer) and second-degree (Master) studies programmes in the following specializations:

First-degree (Engineer - Bachelors) Full-time Program

  • Marine Propulsion Plant and Offshore Construction Operation,
  • Technology for Repairs of Ship and Port Units,
  • Operational Engineering.

Second-degree (Masters) Full-time Program

  • Marine Propulsion Plant and Offshore Construction Operation,
  • Technology for Repairs of Ship and Port Units,
  • Operational Engineering,
  • Marine Propulsion Plant Operation 2.

First-degree (Engineer - Bachelors) Part-time Program

  • Marine Propulsion Plant Operation,
  • Repair Engineering Management,
  • Operation of Industrial Installations

Second-degree (Masters) Part-time Program

  • Marine Propulsion Plant Operation
  • Repair Engineering Management,
  • Operation of Industrial Installations,
  • Marine Propulsion Plant Operation 2 (ESO2)

Navigation Programs

  • BSc or MSc in Navigation with Specialization in Maritime Transport: The aim of studies in Maritime Transport is to prepare high class experts in ship operations.
  • BSc or MSc in Transport with Specialization in Port and Fleet Operation, Transport and Logistics and Maritime Transportation and Logistics Systems: The aim of studies in Port and Fleet Operation is to prepare experts for the technical operations in ports and those specializing in the transportation, forwarding and logistics for work in the transportation, forwarding and logistics companies as well as in companies involved in international transport.

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