Grant from Lloyd's Register Foundation Provides £385,000 for Fellowships

The World Maritime University (WMU) is pleased to announce the receipt of a new grant that provides fellowship funding from Lloyd’s Register Foundation. The £385,000 grant will provide two full fellowships per year for the intakes of 2023, 2024 and 2025 to the MSc in Maritime Affairs offered at the WMU headquarters in Malmö, Sweden.

"We are delighted that Lloyd’s Register Foundation has become a WMU stakeholder," said Dr Cleopatra Doumbia-Henry, President ofWMU. "One of many ways the Foundation helps create a safer world is through the advancement of public education and research. I believe that WMU and Lloyd's Register Foundation can work together to ensure a safe and sustainable global maritime sector.”

About Lloyd’s Register Foundation

Lloyd's Register Foundation is an independent global charity with a mission to secure high technical standards of design, manufacture, construction, maintenance, operation and performance for the purpose of enhancing the safety of life and property at sea, on land and in the air.

The Foundation works with hundreds of organizations around the world including universities and research institutions, civil society organizations and industry to make the world a safer place.

For more information, please visit the Lloyd’s Register Foundation website.

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