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SIMAC initiate American cooperation

SIMAC initiate American cooperation

14-11-2016 12:00:00


Mutual exchange of knowledge, skills and students is now possible with the cooperation SIMAC has just signed with Maritime College, State University of New York (SUNY), which has 1,800 students.

"The maritime industry is international by nature. Developing this kind of international partnerships give students and faculty from both institutions a better understanding of how our industry operates in different countries," said Joseph Hoffmann, temporarily appointed Headmaster of SUNY Maritime.

The agreement stresses the desire to cooperate in certain areas and it will now be concretely agree how and when the various activities are undertaken.

SIMAC's Headmaster January Askholm says:

"Through joint activities and exchange of knowledge and skills the partnership supports our students having the best opportunities to build a career in a globalized maritime industry."

SUNY offers maritime management training programs and management training programs in areas such as energy production and logistics. Like SIMAC, SUNY changes between classroom teaching, laboratory exercises and internships.

Source: SIMAC / Maritime Denmark


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