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On Friday 7th May 2021, Amaris Terminal Ghana donated some computers and a printer as part of their efforts to support the University in its pursuit of quality maritime training in the country.  Amaris Terminal is a Ghanaian owned company licensed by the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority to operate in the exportation and importation...
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On the 27th and 29th April, 2021 Management of the Regional Maritime University (RMU), Accra, met with Ghana Most Beautiful, 2020, Miss Naa Dede Botchwey to discuss  sponsorship and training of twenty (20) girls from the Ga District to pursue a Marine Engine Mechanic Programme. The sponsorship and training of these girls is part of...
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The Vice Chancellor (VC) of the Regional Maritime University (RMU) Professor Elvis Nyarko, has called on Government and the private sector to invest in the establishment of more marine research facilities to monitor and protect marine life. According to the VC, the recent incident whereby a lot of dead dolphins and fishes were washed ashore,...
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Ghana Most Beautiful, 2020, Miss Naa Dede Botchwey, paid a familiarization visit to the University on Thursday 11th March, 2021. The visit was a follow-up to RMU’s participation and support of the Naa Dede Botchwey (NDB) Foundation Fund Raising event held on 26th February, 2021 at Kempinski Hotel Gold Coast City. The Beauty Queen held...
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The Regional Maritime University (RMU), has held a three (3) day orientation ceremony for fresh students admitted for the January 2020 /2021 Academic Year to pursue various undergraduate degree programmes. The orientation began on Wednesday 20th to Friday 22nd January 2021 and was held at the Parade Ground of the University.    A section of...
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The World Maritime Day Celebrations are held each year. The occasion provides a platform that brings together important actors and stakeholders in the Maritime Community to discuss matters of mutual concern. In keeping with this year’s theme, the celebration was particular on issues affecting Maritime Women hence dubbed” Empowering Women in the Maritime Community” This...
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The University and wider Maritime Community is invited to the above Seminar scheduled for Wednesday, 22nd May, 2019.Venue: African Unity Auditorium. Time: 1000 hrs Main Speaker: Mr. Martin Hiles, Senior Business Development Manager, China Harbour Engineering Company. All are enjoined to attend in their numbers. – (Dr. George vanDyck) Ag. Coordinator, Graduate Studies.
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