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    Greetings from the Dean

    Assalaamu’ alaikum Wr. Wb,

    Our gratefulness bestows the presence of Allah SWT, hopefully all work programs and activities at the ITS Faculty of Marine Technology (FMT) get his blessing and guidance.

    FMT was founded in 1960, which was previously called the Faculty of Naval Architecture, then changed to FMT in 1982. Until now, FMT has 4 departments, namely the Department of Naval Architecture, Ocean Engineering, Marine Engineering and Marine Transportation Engineering. In addition, all departments have been nationally accredited (BAN PT) with an A accreditation, and several Departments have been internationally accredited (IABEE) and regional certification (AUN QA).

    The Department of Marine Engineering also has a Double Degree (DD) program in collaboration with Wismar University in Germany, and the Department of Naval Architecture has a DD program with Mokpo University, South Korea. This shows, FMT has gained international recognition because almost all departments are internationally accredited, and two departments have DD programs.

    In addition to Educational Cooperation, recognition of FMT Human resources (HR) competencies is recognized nationally through various collaborations with Industry, Government and Alumni. FMT has been actively involved in providing technical consultations to the shipping industry, the government, state-owned enterprises (BUMN), private companies, oil and gas companies and other service companies.

    FMT HR is also very capable in terms of collaborative research and innovation, as evidenced by several products that have begun to move in the commercialization stage such as AISITS (software for ship monitoring), ISTOW (software for arranging ship containers);  research collaboration with NUFIC Nesso in the field of coastal and marine engineering and marine transportation, also research collaboration with Wismar University, Germany in the field of Sustainable Island Development Initiative (SIDI).

    In the next 5 years, we sincerely hope and encourage a greater number of FMT HR works, collaboration in education, research and community service from previous years. Synergy among departments, industry and governments in FMT is getting stronger. Therefore, we strongly believe that FMT will give positive impact in development of Marine Technology both on a national and international.

    Last but not the least, come and join with us

    Vivat ITS Vivat FMT.

    Wassalaamu’ alaikum Wr. Wb.

    Dean

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