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Legal Basis and Authorities

Branches

The Sopot University of Applied Sciences has two branches – one located Sopot (the University headquarters) and in Chojnice.

Authorities

Rector of the Sopot University of Applied Scineces- Professor Ph.D.Teresa Martyniuk
Dean, Faculty of Social and Economic Research – Ph.D. Anna Szymczak
Dean, Faculty of Architecture – Ph.D. Eng. Architect Grzegorz Pęczek
Chancellor – MA Maria Basandowska

Legal basis

Sopocka Szkoła Wyższa (SSW), the Sopot University of Applied Science was established on 10 January 2000 pursuant to the decision of the Minister of Science and Higher Education. The university was entered in the Register of Non-State Universities and Non-State University Associations under number 174.

A Few Words from the President

Selection of a proper college/university is both an important and a difficult decision. Your future depends on that decision. You must consider Your individual abilities and predispositions as well as consider all pros and cons. You must know your interests and what kind of a job You would like to have in future, as well as what is the job market demand both in Poland and in the European Union.

 

President
Prof Teresa Martyniuk

Strategy

The strategy

Our University’s strategy entails effective organization of its activity, oriented towards:

  • increasing the number of well-educated graduates who are able to work or conduct business activity in any place in the world
  • increasing the number of scientific research projects, financed through various sources
  • broadening our international cooperation
  • broadening our cooperation with business
  • enabling our graduates to continue their education at MA studies
  • providing postgraduate studies, courses and specialist training
  • providing educational courses in English
  • improvement of the teaching infrastructure, by offering additional teaching space and workshop classrooms with specialized equipment
  • development of e-learning