The M4ML project aims to promote and support the bilateral exchange between Portugal and Norway of students/trainees, teachers, lecturers and researchers, within the domain of the Maritime Logistics, Engineering and Management education.

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The Blue Economy has the potential to deliver growth and jobs in the coming years, but an adequate supply of blue skills is mandatory. To address this requirement, a new international Master in Maritime Logistics (MML) was developed by the Portuguese Naval Academy (Escola Naval) and NOVA School of Science and Technology (NOVA SST), with the collaboration of the EU MarLEM project partners.

The M4ML project aims to promote and support the bilateral exchange between Portugal and Norway of students/trainees, teachers, lecturers and researchers within the domain of MML. The project has been set up by a consortium composed by two Portuguese universities (Escola Naval & NOVA SST), one University of Norway (NTNU) and one Portuguese company (Qualiseg).

The project main objectives are:

1

Provide mobility and exchange opportunities to Portuguese and Norwegian students/trainees as well as teachers, lecturers and researchers within the domain of MML;

2

Contribute to the improvement of the Maritime Logistics, Engineering and Management curricula of the involved academic institutions;

3

Contribute to the development of innovative learning materials in the domain of the maritime logistics engineering and management curricula;

4

Encourage mutual learning between European industries and academics in the Blue Economy field. For more information, see project brochure or project webpage.

Period of validity:

From:
19 Oct 2021

Until:
31 Oct 2023

24 months'

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CDR Armindo Silva Frias
Escola Naval
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