The public-private partnership in the field of education is successful
The Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine has a plan to support the extension of autonomy of higher education institutions and the Government supports it. This was stated by Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman during a meeting with the cadets and the teaching staff of the Kherson State Maritime Academy. During the visit, Vladimir Groysman was accompanied by Volodymyr Kovtunets, First Deputy Minister of Education and Science of Ukraine.
The Prime Minister praised the level of training of cadets and students in the educational process at the Kherson State Maritime Academy of Technology. Over the past 5 years, about $ 27 million has been invested in the material base of the institution by foreign partners.
Thus, a 4-party agreement is currently in force between the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, the Kherson Regional State Administration, the Marlow Navigation Company and the Kherson State Maritime Academy. Thanks to this agreement, a new training base was created within the educational establishment.
"We see that this educational institution has created a unique educational base which has no analogues in Ukraine and is up-to-date in the European educational space. The educational process takes into account all modern requirements of the International Maritime Organization and industry standards of higher education of Ukraine. an example of how higher education should be reformed and made competitive in the world market for educational services, "stressed Vladimir Kovtunets.
It should be noted that as a result of the training, the students of the Kherson State Maritime Academy have 100% employment.
It should be reminded that on October 15, an International Maritime Cluster was formed at the Kherson State Maritime Academy, with 17 participants, including representatives of foreign companies, the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, the HODA leadership, and so on.
The cluster will increase investments in the development of the material and technical base of the institution, as well as create opportunities for future entrants to receive investment funds for studies with deferred payment for the entire period of study.
Kherson State Maritime Academy was founded at the Kherson State Maritime Institute in 2011 and is the successor of the Kherson College of Merchant Shipping, the first and oldest maritime institution of Ukraine, founded in 1834. The history of its creation and development is intrinsically linked to the history of the city's construction as a center of shipbuilding.
The Academy prepares for the specialties "Navigation", "Operation of ship's power plants", "Operation of ship's electrical equipment and automation".
6304 persons study at the Academy and its structural units, of which 3371 are full-time and part-time - 2933 from all regions of Ukraine. In addition, 91 foreign students from Cameroon, Nigeria, Portugal, Egypt, Syria and other countries are studying at the Academy.
The Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine reports