Zvezda Shipyard and Nevelskoy MSU agree to expand cooperation
Zvezda Shipyard and the Admiral G.I. Nevelskoy Maritime State University signed an Agreement to expand cooperation. The document was signed during the visit of the Deputy Head of the Federal Agency for Sea and River Transport Andrei Tarasenko to Vladivostok. According to the Agreement, the parties will engage in the development of educational, scientific and industrial potentials, as well as expand the boundaries of cooperation: if earlier it was carried out mainly within the framework of higher education, now it will affect the secondary special one. Two Maritime University Colleges (in Vladivostok and Nakhodka) will work closely with the Shipyard; the students will also have the opportunity to do practical training at Zvezda with the prospect of further employment. Rosneft and the Far Eastern Center for Shipbuilding and Ship Repair, which includes the Zvezda Shipyard, have long-standing partnerships with the University. As part of this interaction, a targeted enrollment of students is carried out; the students do their practical training at the enterprises of the group of companies, and participate in job fairs. In 2018 alone, ten University graduates were employed at Zvezda.
The Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex is being created on the basis of the Zvezda Far Eastern Plant by a Consortium led by Rosneft on behalf of the President of Russia. Zvezda Shipyard is designed for the production of large-capacity vessels, ice-class vessels with a displacement of up to 350 thousand tons, special vessels and other types of marine equipment. To date, the new building program totals 38 vessels. Currently, the Shipyard employs more than 2.5 thousand people, of whom 89% are residents of the Far East. By 2024, over 7 thousand people will work at Zvezda. By 2023, it is planned to build about five thousand apartments, fully meeting the housing needs of the staff.
6 августа 2019 года