Marine engineering faculty

Ship Engineering Faculty (FSE) includes six departments, two of which are graduation.

The faculty provides higher and part-time higher education in accordance with the educational and professional training programs of the first (bachelor’s) and second (master’s) level of higher education in two specializations of specialty 271 “River and sea transport” in accordance with the requirements due to international standards of education in the field of maritime training, namely taking into account the requirements of model courses of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and the International Association of Maritime Universities (IAMU).

specialization 271.02 “Management of ship technical systems and complexes” (“Operation of ship power plants”)

Training of higher education students in specialization 271.02 “Management of ship technical systems and complexes” (“Operation of ship power plants”) corresponds to IMO Model Courses 7.02 – Chief Engineer Officer and Second Engineer Officer and 7.04 – Officer in Charge of an Engineering Watch and provides:

compliance with the requirements of the standards of competence set out in Regulations III / 1, III / 2 of the International Convention on Training and Certification of Seafarers and Watchkeeping, 1978, as amended;

compliance with the practical training requirements laid down in Regulation III / 1 of the International Convention on Training and Certification of Seafarers and Watchkeeping, 1978, as amended;

obtaining by the applicant of higher education during the required swimming experience systematic practical training and experience in performing the tasks, duties and responsibilities of a watch mechanic (engineer) taking into account the guidance given in section B-III / 1 of the Code for training and certification of seafarers and watchkeeping.

specialization 271.03 “Operation of ship electrical equipment and automation”

Training of higher education students in specialization 271.03 “Operation of marine electrical equipment and automation” corresponds to IMO Model Courses 7.08 – Electro-Technical Officer and provides:

compliance with the requirements for the standards of competence and practical training established by regulation III / 6 of the International Convention on Training and Certification of Seafarers and Watchkeeping, 1978, as amended;

the recipient of higher education during the required voyage experience of systematic practical training and experience in performing the tasks, duties and responsibilities of an electrical officer, taking into account the guidance given in sections B-III / 1 of the Code for training and certification of seafarers and watchkeeping.

Programs of complex proficiency exam:  

Vessel’s Power Plants Operation Department (Bachelor’s)

Ship Electrical Equipment and Automatic Devices Operation Department (Bachelor’s)

Vessel’s Power Plants Operation Department (Master’s)

Ship Electrical Equipment and Automatic Devices Operation Department (Master’s)

The faculty consists of the following departments:

English Language Department for Marine Engineers

Department of Basic Safety Training and Physical Training

Department of Vessel’s Power Plants Operation

Department of Ship Electrical Equipment and Automatic Devices Operation

Department of Natural Sciences

Department of Technical Mechanics, Engineering and Computer Graphics