The College of Maritime Transport and Technology (CMTT) is the oldest and one of the most important pillars that support the hierarchical structure of the Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport (AASTMT) since the latter was established in 1972. The College aims to be a leading international center of excellence that provides Maritime Education and Training (MET) services through offering accredited programs and doing research and development work in compliance with the most up-to-date technological advancements in the maritime transport field and related disciplines. The ultimate goal of this policy is to provide the maritime transport industry, locally, regionally and internationally, with highly qualified cadres, thus contributing to the enhancement of the level of the maritime transport services, in line with the AASTMT strategic vision.
The College has always been, and will continue to be, an educational institution which implements scientific methods and benefits from sharp-edge technologies to prepare a new generation of graduates armed with knowledge and ethics and reinforced with modern concepts a generation which is willing to serve the maritime transport sector in particular and the whole society in general. This commitment stems from a strong belief in the necessity of adopting the aforementioned policy and represents one of the strategic goals of the Academy.
The infrastructure of the College includes modern simulators, laboratories and other facilities necessary to do research and specialized studies. The College programs are also revised and developed periodically, in order to cope with the latest technologies and regulations in the maritime transport field. Moreover, the College seeks to have its programs accredited from national and international evaluation and accreditation organizations with high reputation, which represents an added value to our programs and enhances the competitiveness of our graduates in the international market.
The Central Evaluation and accreditation Agency (ZEVA) Germany :
In 2017, the Central Evaluation and accreditation Agency (ZEvA) Germany, has accredited the following Bachelor's programs offered by the College of Maritime Transport and Technology: Maritime Transport Technology, Marine Engineering Technology.
International Maritime Organization:
The IMO has approved the College of Maritime Transport & Technology as a delegate of the Egyptian Authority for Maritime Safety Education & Training in accordance with the International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW 1978), as amended.
Both the educational and maritime training systems, and the certification systems adopted by the academy were accredited by the European Commission. Moreover, the recognition of the Academy as an academic nautical institution in accordance with the requirements of the European Union Parliament allows Academy graduates to work on EU vessels.
Approved Center of Marlins Certificates:
The International Forum for Maritime Transport (IFMT) under the lead of the Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport (AASTMT) has recently expanded its range of training and services as the one and only approved test center of &ldquoMarlins&rdquo existing in Egypt & Africa. Marlins is the leading provider of Maritime English Language Testing and Training solutions to the maritime industry.
｡ Navigation Technology
｡ Marine Engineering Technology + Third Engineer Certificate
Duration: 4 Years (8 Semesters)
Total Credit Hours : 144
In Addition, the College Includes Specialized Departments and Programs:
｡ Basic Nautical Studies
｡ Maritime Safety
｡ Diving Program
｡ Meteorology Program
｡ Special Courses and Simulators Dept.
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