Sunny meeting and moments for IEB of International Maritime Association

Big steps were taken when for organizing IAMU Annual General Assembly. For the first time during its membership, SAMK hosted the IAMU board meeting in April.

25.4.2023 | By: Minna Keinänen-Toivola | Photo: Minna Keinänen-Toivola

The International Executive Board (IEB) had its 17th meeting in Rauma, Finland. The meeting consisted of efficient work together, site visits, networking and social program. The International Association of Maritime Universities (IAMU) is the global network of leading maritime universities providing Maritime Education and Training (MET) of seafarers for the global shipping industry.

The meeting with detailed agenda was held from Monday to Tuesday 17th to 18th of April 2023. On Wednesday was organizes a technical tour for the participants. They visited Port of Rauma, Kongsberg Ltd and Rauma Maritime Construction Ltd.

There will be a lot of preparations on AGA23. The meeting took forward the organizing the AGA in October 2023 in Helsinki Finland.

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