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What We Offer

The University, as a global centre of excellence recognized by IMO and the United Nations General Assembly, plays a significant role in maritime and ocean education, research, capacity-building and economic development while promoting the roles of women in the maritime and ocean sectors. 

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On 30 August at the United Nations Headquarters, as part of the … READ MORE

The annual WMU International Day celebration for 2019 was held on 17 August at the Henrik Smith… READ MORE

As part of the celebrations for the 100th Anniversary of Peru’s … READ MORE

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18 Sep 2019 - 29 Sep 2019
Capacity-Building, Gender Empowerment and the BBNJ Agreement
WMU-Koji Sekimizu PhD Fellowship on Maritime Governance
MarTID 2019 Report Released
Biodiversity Beyond National Jurisdiction: Intractable Challenges & Potential Solutions
Achieving Gender Equality Through Empowering Women in the Maritime Community
Empowering Women in the Maritime Community Feature
WMU Launches Maritime Energy Postgraduate Diploma by Distance Learning
Empowering Women in the Maritime Community Feature

Global Impact: 4919 ALUMNI

With 4919 alumni from 168 countries, WMU has created a
global network of leaders in the maritime and oceans sectors.

WMU alumni hold positions of prominence around the world. They serve as senior maritime officials in ministries, as directors of shipping companies and ports, as heads of maritime academies and naval organizations, and many represent their home countries at IMO and international forums and organizations.