Incoming student and staff

General Informations

The Academy educates civilian and military students as well as officers. Captain Prof.Tomasz Szubrycht is Rector-Commandant of the Academy. The school consists of four faculties:

  • Faculty of Navigation and Naval Weapons,
  • Faculty of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering,
  • Faculty of Command and Naval Operations and
  • Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.

There are also three inter-faculty departments which help students gain knowledge with regard to languages, maritime and general military issues. Military students have possibility to study one of the two courses: navigation or mechanical engineering. Civilian students can study navigation, information technology, shipbuilding, mechanical engineering, automatics and robotics, mechatronics, national security, pedagogy and a newly started course of homeland security. Students can expand their knowledge attending postgraduate courses. Twelve are offered at the Academy today. They are as follows: crisis management, management in logistics, use of navigational systems in economy and public administration, hydrography, system engineering - Computer assisted security, security of maritime borders of a country, political marketing, education for security, pedagogy skills, protection of personal data and classified information in international relations, public orders and use of force at sea in international law.

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Catalogue of courses

Faculty of Command and Naval Operations

-national security

-internal security

Faculty of Humanities and Social Science ( http://www.wnhis.amw.gdynia.pl/index.php/studia/studia/erasmus)

-Pedagogy

-International Relationships

Applications for student and staff:

- application form for incoming student

- application form for staff

Practical information

Everyone interested in studying at the PNA are invited to visit the website of the Academy’s Student’s Union, which provides detailed and updated practical information related to all spheres of students’ life:

www                  http://www.samorzad.amw.gdynia.pl/

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tel./fax              +48 261 262 523; GSM.: +48 694 476 494

Contact points

Press Information Officer:

Tel. +48 261 262 821; GSM: +48 694 476 492
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Rector’s Plenipotentiary for students and doctoral students:

Tel. +48 261 262 833, fax: +48 261 262 657
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Institutional Coordinator Erasmus+

Tel. +48 261 262 659, fax: +48 261 262 657
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Living Costs

Student monthly living expenses are dependent on many factors. Usually, the cost of living includes accommodation in a dormitory or private accommodation, meals, public transport (approx. 10 Euro for a discount ticket within Gdynia), pocket money and so on.

Dormitory

The Academy offers 320 places in three dormitories. The monthly fee for accommodation ranges from approx. 40 € (place in a four-room) to 100 € (a single room).

All the dormitories meet modern standard of living, including access to internet, vacuum cleaner, iron, kitchen, washing machines, etc.

Application

Meals

Dining at the Academy is very convenient, thus many civilian students purchase meals in the canteen. Currently (2017) the fee for full board is approx. 8 €.

Medical facilities

Emergency aid is provided to all students in the outpatient AMW (building no. 13 on the campus, tel. +48 261 262 760).

Centre of Sport

hala sportowa

Sport is an integral part of the education of future officers and other students. The Sport Hall was renovated and opened to all students in January 2016. It consists of such facilities:

-       playing field (22 m x 44 m) with folding tribune,

-       multipurpose hall (18 m x 31 m),

-       lifting room,

-       martial arts hall,

-       sauna complex,

-       classroom.

Although the majority educational services are payable by civilian students, military students’ expenses and equipment have been covered by the state.