Class of 2024 Record Enrolment, Dalian

On 2 June, classes began for students in the World Maritime University’s (WMU) MSc in Maritime Affairs specialization in Maritime Safety and Environmental Management (MSEM) offered in partnership with Dalian Maritime University (DMU) in Dalian, China. The MSEM Class of 2024 includes 55 students, all from China, and sets a new enrolment record exceeding the previous year’s record of 52 students.

Professor Shuo Ma, Vice President (International) of WMU, Professor Youtao Zhao, Vice President of DMU, Professor Jinlei Zhang, Dean of DMU’s College of International Collaboration, Professor Jiantong He, Deputy Dean of DMU’s College of International Collaboration and Professor PK Mukherjee, faculty member of the MSEM programme, attended the opening ceremony. The Class includes 24 officials from the China Maritime Safety Administration as well as lecturers of DMU and other maritime education institutions, former seafarers, and some recent DMU BSc graduates. Thirty-six percent of the Class are women.

The MSEM programme was established in 2005 in collaboration with DMU to meet the maritime industry’s demand for high-level specialized maritime professionals in China. To date, 633 graduates have completed the MSEM specialization.

To learn more about the MSEM specialization in Dalian, click here.

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