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Journal of the Union of Scientists - Varna. Maritime Sciences Series

Challenges to contemporary maritime building

Valentina Grancharova, Siyana Lutzkanova


Globalization, continuous introduction of modern technologies, computerization of performed working operations and digitization of information exchange are results from commercialization of services offered. The purpose of this article is to provide a vision for future efforts in field of maritime high education and training, in order to improve skills and capabilities of next seafarers generation.


maritime education, shipping, training of seafarers

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