The University of Szczecin was established as a result of the merger of the Faculty of Engineering and Economics of Transport at the Szczecin University of Technology and the Pedagogical University in Szczecin in 1984. It began operating in the academic year 1985/1986 and since then it has been dynamically developing, dynamically developing the post-war academic tradition and playing an important culture-forming role in the city and the region.
It is currently the largest university in Western Pomerania, employing approximately 1,100 academic teachers and over 800 administrative staff.
University of Szczecin consists of 9 faculties:
Szczecin is the capital city of the West Pomeranian Voivodeship in Poland. In the vicinity of the Baltic Sea, it is the country’s seventh-largest city and a major seaport in Poland. Szczecin’s architectural style is due to trends popular in the last half of the 19th century and the first years of the 20th century, Academic art and Art Nouveau. The city has an abundance of green areas: parks and avenues – wide streets with trees planted in the island separating opposite traffic and roundabouts.
Students find that Szczecin is a lively city with the wide range of social, cultural and recreational facilities available in the region. By studying in Szczecin one gets the additional benefit of learning about a new culture. Szczecin can provide a broad spectrum of activities to do in your spare time. Activities range from golf, football and sport gyms to bowling, pool and pub crawling. The city has a wide cultural life with its own philharmonic orchestra, opera, art galleries, clubs etc.
The University of Szczecin offers students a place in a room in one of the dormitories. Usually, students live in double rooms. Depending on the dormitory, the kitchen may be shared by all students on one floor or shared by two rooms. Rooms are equipped with everything necessary for life and study.You can use the Internet in all of the dorms. There is no WiFi access and the computers are connected by the network cable. Each dormitory has a reception and administration office.
The University of Szczecin joined the Erasmus program in 1998 and since then has signed a number of Erasmus bilateral agreements with universities from EU countries, Norway, and Turkey. This cooperation includes student and staff exchange. The number of participants keeps increasing each year.
Students from partner universities may spend one or two semesters at the University of Szczecin, once they are officially nominated by their home Erasmus coordinator.
Application procedures and scholarship rules are different depending on the country where your home university is located. Programme countries are EU countries, Turkey, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein and FYROM.
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