Roundtable NEW SKILLS FOR MARITIME LOGISTICS Sines 3Nov

Qualiseg was present at M4ML Project Roundtable on NEW SKILLS FOR MARITIME LOGISTICS. The event was held on 3 of November at the Port of Sines Administration premises in Sines. It was also an opportunity to disseminate the Master Maritime Logistic (MML) jointly promoted NOVA SST and Portuguese Naval Academy as part of MARLEM Project. The third phase of MML applications still open until 15th November.

The blue economy has enormous potential to generate growth and many new jobs in the coming years, but to do so, the training of human resources with key competences that allow them to gaining a competitive advantage in the face of today's challenges is key. In this sense, the MML is an innovative master's program in Portugal aimed to address these challenges.

M4ML project is funded by the EEA Grants under the Blue Growth Programme.

Through the European Economic Area (EEA) Agreement, Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Norway are partners, in the internal market, of the Member States of the European Union.

As a way of promoting a continuous and balanced strengthening of the economic and trade relations, the parties of the European Economic Area Agreement have established a Multiannual Financial Mechanism, known as the EEA Grants.

The EEA Grants aim to reduce the economic and social disparities in the European Economic Area and strengthen the bilateral relations between beneficiary and donor countries.

For the period 2014-2021, a total contribution of 2.8 thousand million euros has been agreed to 15 beneficiary countries. Portugal will benefit from an amount of 102.7 million euros.

Know more at www.eeagrants.gov.pt.

Roundtable NEW SKILLS FOR MARITIME LOGISTICS Lisbon 28Oct

Qualiseg was present at M4ML Project Roundtable on NEW SKILLS FOR MARITIME LOGISTICS. The event was held on 28 of October at the Grupo Sousa premises in Lisbon Cruise Terminal. It was also an opportunity to disseminate the Master Maritime Logistic (MML) jointly promoted NOVA SST and Portuguese Naval Academy as part of MARLEM Project. The third phase of MML applications still open until 15th November.

The blue economy has enormous potential to generate growth and many new jobs in the coming years, but to do so, the training of human resources with key competences that allow them to gaining a competitive advantage in the face of today's challenges is key. In this sense, the MML is an innovative master's program in Portugal aimed to address these challenges.

M4ML project is funded by the EEA Grants under the Blue Growth Programme.

Through the European Economic Area (EEA) Agreement, Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Norway are partners, in the internal market, of the Member States of the European Union.

As a way of promoting a continuous and balanced strengthening of the economic and trade relations, the parties of the European Economic Area Agreement have established a Multiannual Financial Mechanism, known as the EEA Grants.

The EEA Grants aim to reduce the economic and social disparities in the European Economic Area and strengthen the bilateral relations between beneficiary and donor countries.

For the period 2014-2021, a total contribution of 2.8 thousand million euros has been agreed to 15 beneficiary countries. Portugal will benefit from an amount of 102.7 million euros.

Know more at www.eeagrants.gov.pt.

MASTER IN MARITIME LOGISTICS 3RD PHASE IS OFFICIALLY OPEN!

The 3rd phase of applications for the Master in Maritime Logistics is officially open (15th October to 15th November)!

Do not miss this chance! Join this innovative master's program that will change your career.

Apply or get more information about MML here

APAT sponsors NOVA SST in supporting MarLEM-MML

The NOVA School of Science and Technology | FCT NOVA has partnered with APAT to contribute to the development of Blue Skills at the level of the top management of organizations.

This partnership allows an adherence of FCT NOVA to the reality of the maritime-port industry, thus contributing to the design of educational offers that meet the real needs of the business community. The official protocol was signed on September 28, with the presence of Dr. António Nabo Martins, the Executive President of APAT.

We remind you that the Master's degree in Maritime Logistics (MML) at FCT NOVA is the first Master's degree in Portugal specifically focused on this theme. It brings together a fundamental set of knowledge in Logistics, with additional domains in Engineering and Industrial Management, and it is a course that will allow professionals in the maritime-port industry to develop relevant skills in the areas of research, innovation, techniques, digital and soft skills, including critical thinking and a proactive predisposition.

About the Master in Maritime Logistics (MML)

It is the first Master's degree in Portugal specifically focused on the theme of Maritime Logistics. This international master's degree begins in the next academic year 2022/2023, in partnership with Naval School of the Portuguese Navy. Bringing together a fundamental set of knowledge in the logistics sector, and with additional domains in Engineering and Industrial Management, it is a course that will allow professionals in the maritime-port industry to develop relevant skills in the areas of research, innovation, techniques, digital and soft skills, including critical thinking and a proactive predisposition.

About NOVA School of Science and Technology

NOVA School of Science and Technology is one of the main faculties of Engineering, Science and Technology of Portugal, recognized for its innovative character, immersed in  an entrepreneurial ecosystem that is characterized by a strong connection to the business fabric and by its startup community. Founded in 1977, in the Caparica area, the campus is the largest in the country, with about 8000 students, 500 teachers, 1090 researchers, 1180 projects and 200 employees. The recognition of its educational offer translates by filling 100% of the vacancies and is reflected on to the employability of 98% of the students. The differentiating profile of NOVA SST is also characterised by the response to the dynamics and demand of the valuing the integration of soft skills in their pedagogical dimension, through the Curriculum Profile.

The NOVA SST hosts 15 research centres recognised by the Foundation for Science and Technology. Scientific quality is reflected in also in scientific production, with publications in the TOP 10 of the main journals international specialty, being the teaching space with Portuguese concentration of Laboratories CoLABs and European Research Council (ERC) Scholarships. The result of this performance is the integration of the faculty into the prestigious network of CESAER technology universities and in consortia with European and U.S. universities, from CMU to MIT. In addition to the 15 hectares built, the college will expand to the remaining 17 hectares, an expansion that includes the science and technology infrastructure Madan Parque. Expansion plans show that the NOVA School of Science and Technology| FCT NOVA is a future-oriented school, always based on cutting-edge international research.

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