The first ever stand-alone IAMU student forum and workshop was held in Tokyo, Japan on 21 and 22 July 2015.
– a shared interest for the University of Tokyo/the Mitsubishi Research Institute and WMU
The Academic Handbook is published yearly and contains full details of the programs starting the following year as well as information about life in Malmö.
WMU’s PhD program offers candidates the opportunity to carry out research across the maritime field, but with an emphasis on issues related to the International Maritime Organization’s mission of...
The annual Facts booklet, released in January each year, provides a wealth of information about WMU including basic information on programs, offerings, alumni, faculty, and more.
WMU Building Campaign
WMU is actively seeking benefactors – governments, companies, institutions and individual philanthropists – willing to support the University’s global mission by endowing named facilities in the new...
July 29, 2015
July 23, 2015
A series of new courses on Maritime Governance (MG) and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) have been delivered to MSc students at WMU.
July 17, 2015
Professor Ilias Visvikis travelled to Manila, Philippines, to deliver two open enrollment courses in collaboration with the Philippine Transmarine Carriers, Inc.
25 Aug - 27 Aug 2015
An increasingly ice-diminished environment in the Arctic is accelerating interest and potential for new maritime trade routes, merchant transportation, and resource development such as mining, oil
7 Sep - 11 Sep 2015
The project, On the MoS Way Network, adds local EU competence and knowledge to the subject of LNG as bunker fuel, which has become a subject of high interest following IMO restrictions on sulphur e
24 Sep - 24 Sep 2015
World Maritime Day was first held in 1978 to mark the 20th anniversary of the IMO Convention’s entry into force.