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University Description

Maritime State University named after Admiral G.I. Nevelskoy  
General Information

1 Education Philosophy:

continuous advanced training of competitive specialists whose level of professional competence and innovative activities meets the national and international requirements.


2 Education Goals:

staffing for integrated development of ocean resources in all the areas of maritime economic activities


3 Brief History:

MSU Development Stages

  • 2001 – Russian Federation Ministry of Transport order # 148 on October, 2 “About renaming FESMA named after adm. G.I. Nevelskoi in the Admiral Nevelskoi Maritime State University ”.
  • 1991 – April, 26 FEHEMC was renamed in the Far Eastern State Maritime Academy ( FESMA ).
  • 1989 – from December,26 FEHEMC ( Far Eastern High Engineering Maritime College ) has been publishing it’s own students’ newspaper Meridian which is the 5 th students’newspaper in Vladivostok.
  • 1970 – April, 18 FEHEMC History Museum was opened on the base of War and Labour Glory Museum of this College.
  • 1965 – VHEMC was renamed in the Far Eastern High Engineering Maritime College named after adm. G.I.Nevelskoi ( FEHEMC ).
  • 1958 – May,29 Vladivostok High Maritime College was given a name Engineering (Vladivostok High Engineering Maritime College ).
  • 1953 – due to decree of Minister’s Council of the USSR # 13961 on October, 21, Sea and River Fleet Ministry order # 551 on October,30 VHMC ( Vladivostok High Maritime College ) was referred to academic institutions of the second category.
  • 1944 – due to the order of People’s Committee of Sea Fleet #229 on June, 7 "About reorganization of sea schools into high maritime and secondary maritime schools" Vladivostok Maritime School was reorganized into Vladovostok High Maritime School (VHMS) with the status of specialized technical institute.
  • 1931 – People’s Committee of Water Transport made a decision to organize Academic Institution on the ground of Vladivostok Maritime School. Academic Institution consisted of the Institute of Water Transport Engineers and Maritime school ( academic year began in 1932 and finished in 1933 ).
  • 1929 – United Water Transport School was renamed into Vladivostok Maritime School of Sea Fleet People’s Committee of the USSR.
  • 1923 – School of Far Navigation was reorganized into Water Transport School.
  • 1902 – November, 7 Vladivostok Sea School of Far Navigation named after Alexander was found on the base of sea classes.
  • 1890 – November, 14 sea classes named after Alexander were opened in Vladivostok. Studies began in September,16.
  • 1876 – War governor of Primorskyi Region and Vladivostok contr-admiral G.Ph. Erdman interceded for sea classes organization in Vladivostok.
Structure of Institution

The MSU Institutes comprise:

  • Maritime Academy;
  • Maritime IT Institute;
  • Institute of Transport Economics and Management;
  • Maritime Humanities Institute;
  • Institute of Sea protection and Shelf Development;
  • Open Maritime Institute;
  • Institute of International Education;
  • International Business School;
  • Institute of Postgraduate Professional Training.

The Maritime University has the Sakhalin Branch in the town of Kholmsk — TB Guzhenko Sakhalin Higher Maritime College, the Amur Branch in the town of Blagoveshchensk and the Nakhodka Branch. There are MSU Representative Offices in Khabarovsk and Moscow.


Name: Professor Khlyustin

IMO: 7230288

MMSI: 273158900

Call Sign: UDFX

Flag: Russia (RU)

Gross Tonnage: 6200

Dead Weight Tonnage: 5495

LOA*Breadth: 122.1m x 17.02m

Built: 1973


Length (LOA) : 108.6 m

Beam : 14.0 m

Draft : 6.8 m

Displacement: 2 984 tons

Installed power: 2х468 kW

Mainmast height: 49.5 m

Sail area: 2768 m2

Complement: 199 people.

Inflatable life rafts: 20 pcs. x 20 people.

Fresh water capacity: 350 tons

Builder: Gdansk Shipyard (Project B810/05)

Launched: 1991.

Structure of Program
On-Board Trainig Scheme