Consignment contract to be performed as part of the Capacity Building Project supported by The Nippon Foundation. The aim is to develop an E-Learning Educational Exchange system for IAMU members and their partners in order to share educational activities and resources as well as disseminate IAMU research projects in educational activities. The scheme proposed will help IAMU member institutions to improve sharing of e-learning resources and develop more cost-effective e-learning.
Good Governance of Multi-cultural Safety (PGMS).
A CSR awareness program to enhance capacity building in good governance of multi-cultural employees and safe operations - Good Governance of Multi-cultural Safety (PGMS)
WMU is a Partner to this Project. The lead partner of this project is Istambul Technical University (ITU).
The World Maritime University is actively contributing to safer shipping in greener oceans. One of the activities of WMU's Maritime Risk and Systems Safety (MaRiSa) Research Group is an ambitious international collaborative project on the development of a simulation-based training module to promote green energy-efficient ship operation (ProGreenShipOperation I and II). It is one of IAMU's 2011-2013 capacity-building projects, supported by the Nippon Foundation, and is led and coordinated by WMU.
ACCREDIMET - Feasibility Study on the Establishment of an IAMU Accreditation System (Phases I and II) research project has been organized through international coordination by the International Association of Maritime Universities (IAMU), with its Academic Program Review Committee (APRC) in charge in order to bring about further progress in the capacity building of maritime education and training (MET) institutions in the world,
- through mutual cooperation among IAMU members in developing scientific and academic studies and also practical applications associated with MET,