Education

  • Stena Bulk and Admiral Makarov University agree...

    The Swedish shipping company Stena Bulk and Admiral Makarov State University of Maritime and Inland Shipping (SUMIS) reached an agreement on creating a personalized class at the university, intended for basic and advanced training of shipboard personnel for the company’s oil tankers, SUMIS says in a press release.

  • Shipping agency signs MoU with Youth department...

    The State Department for Shipping and Maritime and State Department for Youth have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding to facilitate the training and skills development for Kenyan youth seeking employment as seafarers on board international ships.

  • Survitec Marine Training Academies Certified By...

    Survitec’s Marine Training Academy in Stonehaven, Scotland, has been certified as a recognised provider of maritime safety equipment training, following the successful audit of the facility by classification society DNV GL.

  • A+ World Academy Announces Private Meeting Dates...

    NEW YORK, Feb. 4, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- A+ World Academy, an international boarding school located aboard the tall ship Sorlandet, has just announced several upcoming dates for parents to schedule private meetings to learn more about this unique educational experience for high school students. Students learn to sail and take advanced placement level courses while at sea. Each port provides students an opportunity to learn cultural and historical relevant aspects of the city through excursions and field experiences.

  • Azorean Maritime Heritage Society to host...

    Raising money for scholarships for local high school students at the Azorean Maritime Heritage Society’s annual Winter Scholarship Dinner at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 22, 2020 at Century House, 107 S. Main St., Acushnet.

  • How we created a new maritime studies curriculum

    You don’t get much more maritime than our island and our town – the sea is part of the fabric and heritage here. There are highly paid jobs in the maritime industry that struggle to recruit locally, but maritime on the island is more than jobs. It is about pride in a long and important history and a sense of community identity.

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