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Korea Maritime & Ocean University Holds Delivery Ceremony for “Forman Shipping Group Scholarship Fund”

Korea Maritime & Ocean University Holds Delivery Ceremony for “Forman Shipping Group Scholarship Fund”
Korea Maritime text-align: justify; font-size: 10pt; font-family: 바탕, serif; color: black; line-height: 200%;"> The Forman Shipping Group has pledged to consistently provide funds for the development of its alma mater over 30 years, and serves as a role model for the local community. At the “Forman Shipping Group Scholarship Fund” delivery ceremony held in the policy conference room of the University Administration building on April 18, the Korea Maritime text-align: justify; font-size: 10pt; font-family: 바탕, serif; color: black; line-height: 200%;"> The Forman Shipping Group is an integrated logistics company located near the Long Beach terminal in the United States. Its main businesses include cargo transportation, customs clearance, container transportation, and warehousing. Its CEO, Ki-tae Kim, graduated from the Department of Ship Navigation System Engineering (48th class) at the Korea Maritime text-align: justify; font-size: 10pt; font-family: 바탕, serif; color: black; line-height: 200%;"> Under the agreement, the company will donate USD 10,000 to the university every year for 30 years. The funds will be used for scholarships for students of the College of Maritime Sciences. The scholarship fund carries deep meaning as it demonstrates Kim’s special affection for his alma mater and juniors. The delivery ceremony was attended by important figures from both organizations. At the event, the Forman Shipping Group CEO Ki-tae Kim said, “When I was a college student, I received a scholarship which laid the groundwork for my future. Thanks to that, I am now able to lead this company.” He added, “I want to become an alumnus who can help his juniors in various ways in the future.” Deog-hee Doh, President of Korea Maritime text-align: justify; line-height: 200%; font-size: 10pt; font-family: '맑은 고딕';">
2022.04.26

Korea Maritime & Ocean University selected as operator of “Agreed Department for SMEs” in local specialized industry by Ministry of SMEs and Startups

Korea Maritime & Ocean University selected as operator of “Agreed Department for SMEs” in local specialized industry by Ministry of SMEs and Startups
Korea Maritime On April 6, 2022, Korea Maritime Agreed Department for SMEs is an “employment and study” program for employees of SMEs. It is designed to strengthen their capabilities by allowing them to earn degrees at universities, according to industry demand. Selected universities receive financial support from the government for operating departments.This year, departments were selected with a focus on future promising industry sectors in order to cope with changes in the industrial structure and cultivate core talents for SMEs in new technologies and industries.Under the program, Korea Maritime ">With this project, the university intends to establish a virtuous cycle of industry?university cooperation to help advance technology in SMEs, cultivate local talents through demand-based bespoke education, build a network of employees, and promote technology innovation, thereby growing as an independent educational institution.Do Deog-hee, President of the university, said, “The Fourth Industrial Revolution and green technology in shipbuilding are an inevitable megatrend, and smart shipbuilding using ICT is essential. Thus, with this project, we will contribute to the development of the shipbuilding equipment industry by nurturing the manpower necessary for building eco-friendly ship equipment.”Prior to an application for the project, Korea Maritime ">
2022.04.11

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