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University of Szczecin

The idea of creating a university through a fusion between the two higher schools arose naturally: the academic staff ensured the quality of University education and research so there was no need to attract support from other academic centres. This proved an irrefutable argument: on July 22nd, 1984 a bill establishing Szczecin University was passed, which constituted the crowning achievement of the nearly 40-year struggle.

The celebration inaugurating the beginning of the first academic year in the history of Szczecin University took place on October 1st, 1985. The institution offered courses to 5,433 students, 3,504 of whom undertook full-time study. Since then the number of applicants has been growing steadily, often surpassing the admission limits of the seven Faculties.

International Office
of Szczecin University

al. Papieża Jana Pawła II 22 a
70-453 Szczecin Poland
tel.: +48 91 444 1019 (Head of the Office)
tel.: +4891 444 11 85
Fax: +4891 444 1149

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