The World Maritime University (WMU) and the ITF Seafarers’ Trust are delighted to announce that as of 25 June 2021, the ground-breaking online Maritime Welfare Professional Development Programme.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, four small graduation ceremonies were held at WMU (from 31 October to 1 November) to honour the graduates.
World Maritime University adds its voice to widespread concerns over the serious effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the health, wellbeing, and safety of seafarers.
From 24-26 February, a delegation from WMU visited several agencies in Canada with the aim of strengthening partnerships and collaboration.
Maritime transportation is an essential component of any programme for sustainable development because the world relies on a safe, secure and efficient international shipping industry.
ReCAAP ISC and WMU signed an MOU to strengthen the cooperation between the two organisations in the shared interest in increasing the knowledge of the evolving situation of piracy and sea robbery in Asia.
The ITF Seafarers’ Trust and the World Maritime University have announced a new seafarer welfare training programme designed to equip maritime professionals with key skills and knowledge to support the welfare of seafarers.
WMU and the DNV GL Maritime Academy have launched a new Postgraduate Diploma in MSS to help people involved in shipping operations
Historically marine industries have been significantly male dominated but one business in Rotherham is bucking the trend.