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Third Edition of ‘Visiting Professors’ Settled Twelve scientists from nine countries will visit the University of Gdańsk as part of the third edition of the ‘Visiting Professors’ programme. The first of these, Yoshi Masahiko – an economist from Japan who will speak about the trade policies of European Union countries in the context of the […]

The Third Training Event SEA-EU Alliance doctoral students participated in the training called “Problem-solving skills for higher education learners” where they offered solutions to concrete problems that companies in Split and Dalmatia encounter in the field of the blue economy. It was a training hosted by the University of Split, from May 23 to 27. […]

Sign Up for the “Problem-Solving Skills” Workshop We invite University of Split’s doctoral students to join the workshop “problem-solving skills” which will take place 23 – 27 May, 2022 in the Spinit incubator. Doctoral students in fields of natural, technical and social sciences, whose research topics are in some way related to sea, marine studies and […]

Travel Bursaries: SEA-EU DOC Training Event As part of the SEA-EU DOC project (Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership Programme), the University of Malta is offering nine travel bursaries to University of Malta (UM) doctoral students in maritime/marine studies and one travel bursary to an academic member of staff at UM, in the same disciplinary domain, to take part in […]

The Second Transnational Meeting The University of Malta’s Doctoral School hosted the second transnational meeting for the SEA-EU DOC project with representatives from the members of the SEA-EU Alliance: Universities of Western Brittany (France), Gdańsk (Poland), Cádiz (Spain), Kiel (Germany) and Split (Croatia). The UM team was led by Prof. Nicholas Vella and included Dr Adam Gauci, Dr Ritienne […]

Building the Blue Doctoral Community of Tomorrow On the 6 December 2021, various University of Malta staff members met to share thoughts on effective and beneficial elements of an alumni network.  In alliance with the Universities of Western Brittany (France), Gdansk (Poland), Cadiz (Spain), Kiel (Germany) and Split (Croatia), the University of Malta is participating […]

SEA-EU Stakeholder Meeting at the University of Malta On 23 November, various UM staff members met a number of local industry partners who are signed up as stakeholders or associated partners within the European University of the Seas (acronym: SEA-EU), of which UM is one of six partner universities. The primary purpose of this event was to […]

Fostering the Career Development of Doctoral Students A number of doctoral students conducting research at the University of Malta in different fields of maritime studies participated in a five-day online training event addressing career development outside the world of academia. The event formed part of the Erasmus+ Strategic partnership SEA-EU DOC project set up by the consortium […]

Is there Life After my PhD Thesis? Are you reading for a PhD with a maritime theme? Do you stop to think what you intend to do after you complete your PhD? Do you ever think about the career paths that exist beyond research and academia?  If the answer to any of these questions is […]

Calls with PhD ‘Blue’ Graduates The University of Malta has formed an alliance with the Universities of Split (Croatia), Western Brittany (France), Kiel (Germany), Gdansk (Poland), and Cádiz (Spain), under the Erasmus+ project, European Universities of the Seas (SEA-EU), to establish a distinctly international, pluri-ethnic, multilingual, and interdisciplinary European University. The strategic alliance aims to […]