Welcome to Warnemünde
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The seaside resort of Warnemünde is a district of the Hanseatic and university city of Rostock. Rostock has been a university town since 1419 and, with over 200,000 inhabitants, not only the largest city in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, but also a major economic performance factor. The educational landscape in Rostock is diverse and scientifically successful. There are approximately 15,000 students in Rostock. Training has been offered on the Warnemünde campus since 1952, and internationally recognized maritime training from 1969.
Dep. of Maritime Studies, Systems Engineering and Logistics (SAL)
At the Department of Maritime Studies, Systems Engineering and Logistics (SAL), in addition to the marine-related training, training in the fields of Plant and Supply Technology, Transport Operations an Logistics as well as Electrical engineering for Shipbuilding is offered. In the SAL area, successful, not only maritime-oriented research is carried out, the research topics of which are often worked on together with international cooperation partners. Measured by the amount of third-party funding obtained, research in the SAL area is among the top in research at Wismar University.
Lifelong learning is a matter of course in today's work environment. In order to keep the knowledge acquired up to date, maritime training is also offered in the SAL area.
The Bundesamt für Seeschifffahrt und Hydrographie (BSH) confirmed that in 2018 - as the first German educational institution - the fulfillment of the professional requirements according to §§ 10-14 Seeleute-Befähigungsverordnung (See-BV).
Experienced university lecturers, tried and tested staff, modern simulation technology as well as well-equipped laboratories and a pleasant learning atmosphere await you on the campus, which is located at the entrance to Warnemünde.
Technical College of Maritime Studies
The Technical College of Maritime Studies as part of the "Vocational School of the Hanseatic and University City Rostock -Technik-" offers in close cooperation with the Department of Maritime Studies, Systems Engineering and Logistics of the University of Wismar a wide range of courses that meet the internationally required standard of the STCW and above correspond beyond.
With a successful degree from the Technical College of Maritime Studies, there is the opportunity to obtain a certificate of approval as a nautical or technical officer on watch. As required internationally, training at the Technical College of Maritime Studies is subject to a quality assurance system. It has therefore been certified in accordance with the ISO 9000: 2001 standard since 2001.