MINE-EMI project has been launched
New Erasmus + Strategic Partnership Project MINE-EMI will try to bring new solutions on the emerging maritime issues to ensure sustainable development of maritime transportation for efficient and effective use of oceans.
The maritime industry is one of the most dynamic economic sectors due to the constant changes in its development needs. It is also closely linked to the changes in Marine Sciences and IT Technologies. Consequently, education and training in marine sciences have to follow the industry's trends closely in order to keep pace with the new competencies required by the development of maritime transportation technologies.
Project MINE-EMI is focused at elaboration of Joint Master Program (JMPs) that facilitate developing skills and competences to raise awareness on emerging maritime issues in order to promote sustainable management of the maritime sector. It focuses on the Black Sea basin and involves representatives from the business sector and local administrations in order to fill the gap between the requirements in the maritime sector (management of marine areas, transport operations, logistics) and the current lacking of updated courses in that matter.
The partners involved in the project are;
• Piri Reis University - Lead Partner, PRU (Turkey)
• Conference of Peripheral Maritime Regions, CPMR (EU)
• Constanta Maritime University, CMU (Romania)
• Nikola Vaptsarov Naval Academy, NVNA (Bulgaria)
• The University of the Aegean, UAEGEAN (Greece)
• Marine Cluster Bulgaria, MCB (Bulgaria)
• Municipality of Piraeus, MP (Greece)
For more please visit the page "Projects".
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