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MET System in Ukraine
1 National University “Odessa Maritime Academy”, Odessa, Ukraine
ABSTRACT: It is believed that Ukraine is one of the largest seafarers? suppliers to the world maritime fleet. The vast and diverse system of waterways and lakes in addition to the tradition of seafaring and maritime history which dates back more than 200 years create the necessary basis for the government which considers it more important to provide graduates with the full education rather than merely to produce 'vocational' specialists. Moreover Ukraine has already made some major steps on the road to Euro integration having taken part in the Bologna process. Therefore it?s not surprising that on 15 January 2005 a new resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine was approved. The Odessa National Maritime Academy(ONMA) was the first to visualize it by means of the new-presented system of MET.
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Solving MET issues chartering the course into 21 century.''/ Eleventh Conference on Maritime Education and Training (IMLA 11). 21-25 August 2000, World Maritime University, Malmo. Sweden.
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The law of higher education of Ukraine/ www.rada.gov.ua
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Citation note:
Miyusov M.V., Zhukov D.S.: MET System in Ukraine. TransNav, the International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation, Vol. 4, No. 4, pp. 465-470, 2010

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