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Admiral Ushakov            

Maritime State University            



International activity

International activities of the State Maritime University. Admiral Ushakov Maritime State University is carried out in accordance with the priority areas for the development of the University adopted by the Academic Council and is organized by the Department of International Activities.


Main directions of international activity
1) Improving the educational process based on the use of modern methods and means, practiced, among other things, by foreign higher educational institutions through the establishment of creative contacts with foreign institutions, both as part of international non-governmental associations, and directly with specific Universities

The university is a member:

iamu2- International Association of Maritime Universities (IAMU, Japan),


 - Association of Black Sea Maritime Institutes (BSAMI, Türkiye),


 globalmet - GlobalMET –Global Maritime Education and Training Association

2) Organization of internships and internships for students of the University in foreign universities and companies.
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The university has agreements with leading shipping companies:
- Epsilon Hellas (Overseas) Ltd (Greece),
- Enterprises shipping and trading S.A. (Greece),
- Columbia Shipmanagement Ltd (Cyprus),
- Ahrenkiel Shipmanagement GmbH & Co (Germany),
- Baltic Group International (Great Britain),
- A.P. Moller Maersk A/S (Denmark),
- Alpha Navigation (USA),
- Omega (Greece)
- Alpha Marine( Greece),
- Wilhelmsen Marine Personnel (Singapore),
- Thome Ship Management Ltd. (Denmark),
- STENA (Sweden),
- Marlow Navigation (Cyprus).

3) Establishment of direct contractual relations with foreign Universities in order to conduct joint work on the methodological support of the educational process and scientific research.
The university has links with the following institutions of higher education:
- Wessex Institute of Technology (Great Britain),
- Chabahar Higher Education Center for Maritime and Marine Sciences (Iran),
- Institute of Maritime Law (Great Britain),
- Caspian State University of Technology and Engineering (Kazakhstan),
- Danish Maritime University (Denmark),
- Svendborg International Maritime Academy (Denmark),
- Gdynia Maritime University (Poland)
- Odessa National Maritime Academy (Ukraine)
- Anglia Ruskin University (Great Britain)
- Semipalatinsk State Pedagogical Institute (Kazakhstan)
- Karaganda State University (Kazakhstan)
- World Maritime University (Sweden)
- Geneva Institute of Economic Sciences (Switzerland)
- Economic University of Varna (Bulgaria)
- Latin American-Russian Association of Higher Education (PERU)
- The University of Parma (Italy)
- Azerbaijan State Maritime Academy (Azerbaijan)
- Dalian Maritime University (China).).

4) Work with foreign students and partner companies:
- Latin American-Russian Association of Higher Education (ALAR, Peru)
- AYA Group International (Egypt)
5) Participation in international conferences and seminars, both scientific and educational and methodological areas.
6) Invitation of foreign teachers and specialists to participate in the educational process and scientific work.
7) Development and implementation of joint educational programs of higher, postgraduate and additional professional education.
8) Information and advertising support for cooperation between the University and foreign legal entities and (or) individuals in the field of education and science.
9) Issuance of a Pan-European Diploma Supplement to graduates of the University
10)Participation of the University in the project - Academic mobility project Erasmus+ (Croatia).
11)Conducting lectures and practical classes on the following topics: collision avoidance of ships, cargo operations on gas carriers, ship management.