A group of cadets from the Panama International Maritime University (UMIP) were selected by the Evergreen Group to do their internship (seagoing time) on board ships of this company that operates one of the largest fleets in the world, with more than 180 container vessels.
The select group of cadets met the highest standards of the company undergoing rigorous written exams and oral interviews. This selection was made by the Operations Department of Unigreen [...]
The Panama International Maritime University (UMIP) has formally opened the registration period for the 2016 academic year. Those interested in careers in the maritime industry and marine biology have until November 13 to register.
This university offers excellent opportunities to study Nautical Navigation Engineering; Nautical Engineering in Naval Machinery; Nautical Engineering in Electrical Engineering; Civil Engineering in Ports and Channels; Naval Engineering and Ship Repair; Marine Environmental Engineering; Engineering and Maritime Transport and Maritime and [...]
On Wednesday, February 5, representatives gathered at the Nicaraguan National Port Company (EPN) from the National University of Engineering, the Catholic University, University Hispanic and American College, EPN and Central American Maritime Transport Commission (COCATRAM), to hold a virtual meeting with representatives of the Panama International Maritime University (UMIP) following the Cooperation Agreements signed between these universities.
The meeting allowed the representatives to learn about the progress of the agreements by the Comptroller of the [...]
A mutual cooperation agreement signed in 2011 between the Panama International Maritime University (UMIP) and European shipping company, Euronav, one of the major operators of tankers in the world, was about to sink because of problems in the implementation of the program for certification of some of the courses within the parameters of the International Maritime Organization (IMO).
Euronav, operating with nearly a hundred tankers and owning most of its fleet, also charters ships [...]
In response to allegations and evidence that irregularities were committed in the election process to choose the rector and deans of the Panama International Maritime University (UMIP) after four hours of extensive discussion, the Governing Council decided unanimously to suspend the call to elections made by the Superior Council on April 22, 2014.
It also decided to establish a committee to make the necessary adjustments to the rules governing the process, in order to enable [...]
As was intended when it was created under Act No. 40 of 1 December, 2005, the Panama International Maritime University (UMIP) is called on to take leadership in the training of professionals and technicians demanded by the National Maritime Cluster, the merchant fleet under Panamanian flag and the country’s development as a regional logistics hub.
Its constitutive law gives it the mandate to develop “technological and scientific programs and lead innovations for competitiveness within [...]