November 17, 2019 - The Faculty of Maritime Studies in Kotor is organizing a festive program to celebrate 60 years of existence and work on education and professional training of naval personnel of different profiles. The program begins on Monday, November 18, and runs through Thursday, November 22.
Monday, November 18, 2019
10 am ─ Graduation ceremony at the amphitheater of the Faculty of Maritime Studies Kotor.
Tuesday, November 19, 2019
Noon ─ Ceremonial Academy, Cultural Center "Nikola Đurković," Kotor.
7.30 pm ─ Opening of an exhibition of photographs and promotion of a documentary film dedicated to the voyages of students of the Faculty of Maritime Studies Kotor on the Adriatic Coast, by Stevan Kordić and Zoran Radonjić, Maritime Museum of Montenegro, Kotor.
Wednesday, November 20, 2019
9 am ─ Science Day: Proceedings of the Faculty of Maritime Studies Kotor, Monograph of the Faculty of Maritime Studies Kotor, presentation of the "Maritime Silk Road" of the Confucius Institute, as well as scientific projects of the Faculty, at the Faculty amphitheater
Friday, November 22, 2019
10 am ─ Open Door Day, Faculty of Maritime Studies Kotor.
"We congratulate all of you on the upcoming anniversary, and we hope that by your presence you will enhance our common celebration days!" - said the faculty management.
The Faculty of Maritime Studies in Kotor is a higher education institution belonging to the University of Montenegro. It was founded in 1959 as a Higher Naval School. Following the growing needs of the maritime infrastructure of Montenegro, this educational institution, known throughout the former Yugoslavia, grew into a Faculty of Maritime Studies in 1981, with the aim of educating specialized naval staff in two-year studies (direction: shipbuilding, nautical, marine electrical engineering) and four-year studies (direction: maritime management). Academic 1999/2000. The Faculty of Naval and Naval Engineering is established at the Faculty for four years.
Today, at the Faculty of Maritime Studies in Kotor, according to the Bologna Declaration, there are six semesters of academic and applied studies. The following programs are available to students: Maritime Sciences; Maritime management; Nautics and maritime transport; Shipbuilding; Marine Electrical Engineering; Maritime management and logistics.
The Faculty of Maritime Studies in Kotor is the first institution of higher education in Montenegro, which has been certified following the ISO 9001 quality system as early as 2000. The application of the quality system and certification renewal, which is regularly done every three years, belongs to the Lloyd Register.
The Faculty of Maritime Studies is today a modern educational institution for naval staff. Maritime professionals are educated and trained by international standards, conventions, and recommendations. The training of marine professionals is carried out as part of regular teaching and specific training and training programs. The institution provides modern equipment for education, as well as for practical training. The quality of knowledge and skills of a wide range of applications make it possible for staff educated at the Faculty of Maritime Studies in Kotor to be employed by shipping companies around the world.
Source: University of Montenegro