The aim of this research/consultancy is to assist the Government of Samoa in the rationalising of maritime studies focused on effectiveness and efficiency. The importance of this project derives partly from the extent to which the more cost-effective provision of maritime studies can reduce the strain that is placed on the government’s fiscal base.
Maritime Social and Labour Governance
A critical analysis of the intention and sustainable development principles and practices in maritime higher education institutions
Research on Maritime Education and Training (MET) in Africa: Legislative and Administrative Framework and Operational Outcomes (AfriMET)
AfriMET aims to explore, in an academically integrated and policy-relevant way, the nature of Maritime Education and Training (MET) in Africa, its challenges and potential solutions in order to enhance Africa´s capacity, development and contribution to the global maritime industry.
As part of the IMO Support to Maritime Development, Latin America, IMO has contracted the services of WMU to deliver a Regional Training Course for Maritime English Instructors. The course will be held in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia from 21 to 25 November 2016.
The aim of this project is to develop a new evaluation system for simulator training utilizing the physiological indices Heart Rate Variability (HRV), Nasal Temperature (NT), and Saliva. Previous research indicated that the physiological indices HRV and NT reflect changes in mental workload, and the physiological index Saliva indicates stress level during simulator training. Based on these earlier results, this project's objective is to develop a system which evaluates the level of difficulty of different simulation scenarios by using the different stress levels estimated by these indices.
The objective of this Consultancy is to update the skills and competence of maritime English instructors and enhance the capacity of the maritime training institutions in the participating countries from the sub-region to effectively implement the requirements of the 1978 STCW Convention, as amended.
The objective of this Consultancy is to update the skills and competence of maritime English instructors and enhance the capacity of the maritime training institutions in the participating countries from the subregion to effectively implement the requirements of the 1978 STCW Convention, as amended.
Preparation of a full Quality Evaluation of the Maritime Academy of Nigeria, Oron (MANORON) including a review of the academy's programs and curriculum and an on-site evaluation.
As part of the Memorandum for Academic Co-operation between the World Maritime University (WMU) and Japan Maritime Centre (JMC), WMU will be carrying on research work concerning the "Historical Background and Current Situation of Seafarer Education in Bulgaria, Croatia and Romania". The report should be ready for submission to JMC by June 30, 2014.