Ms Sophia Hisiang-Ping Ma - Education Counselor Taipei Economic and Cultural Office visited the Maritime Training Institute on 22 March, 2021. MSTI graduates introduce the teaching facilities of the institutions to our distinguished guests.
6-11-2020 Thanks to Kerry Logistics and Columbia International Removals for their enthusiastic help to successfully complete the tour of the operation on the local oil tanker. The students responded enthusiastically. The company director attaches great importance to this visit and specially arranged boat berths. He encouraged our students and welcomes graduates to join the company after graduation. The shipping industry has always been short of manpower and serious faults. Students should seize the opportunity to be promoted to captain.
Senior manager Mr. Victor Lai, Senior manager Leo Chau and HR Senior Office Destiny Cheung from Kerry Logistics, Senior Manager Mr. Calvin Yam and Senior Safety Officer Lawrence Li From Columbia Internal Removals came to MSTI introducing their company organization business and structure, career path at Kerry Logistic & Columbia and the working environment on Lubicating Oil Tanker on 15 July 2020. Their fleet has been carried mainly in lubricating oil and is now continuously expanding the fleet.
MSTI successfully launched “Speed Dating 2020” on 24 June. We were pleased to invite representatives from 11 ship companies to give a fruitful sharing on up-to-date maritime industry development and the career prospects to our HDMS students & graduates.
Chief Engineer Mr.Y.L. Yeung and HR & Admin. Manager Ms Yolanda Pang from THE "STAR" FERRY COMPANY, LIMITED came to MSTI introducing their company organization structure, career path and the working environment on passenger ferry on 3 July 2020. Their ferry is one of the icon of Hong Kong.
On January 16, 2020, MSTI participated in the Careers Expo 2020 organized by Caritas Chai Wan Marden Foundation Secondary School. The students' response was quite enthusiastic, and many students also aspired to join marine industry.
Mr. Hideo Kubota, Secretary of TOKYO MOU SECRETARIAT and Mr. Wong Ching-hang, Sureyor fom Marine Department visited the Maritime Servises Training Institute on 22 November 2019.
Conducting a career talk to S5 students at the Kowloon Technical School. To introduce the development of maritime professionals and related courses.
MSTI GP students visited to Discovery Bay's Maintenance Center on 8th November 2019. To know the daily operation of Discovery bay's pier at central and the bridge operation.
47 students and 1 teachers from Caritas Yuen Long Chan Chun Ha Secondary School visited to MSTI campus on 30th October 2019.
46 students and 3 teachers from Caritas Yuen Long Chan Chun Ha Secondary School visited to MSTI campus on 23rd October 2019.
20 students and teachers fromCCC Fung Leung Kit Memorial Secondary School visited to MSTI campus on 18th October 2019.
Mr. Ringo Chau, the Marine Manager of Hongkong Salvage & Towage under a division of Hongkong United Dockyards Limited (HUD) and their Chief Officer came to MSTI introducing their company organization structure, career path and the working environment on tugboats and continer vessels on 26 September 2019.
Miss Agnes Wong, JP, Director of the Marine Department, Mr S.F. Wong, Deputy Director, and Mr Q. Shi, Assistant Director, visited the Maritime Training Institute on September 5, 2019 to visit the teaching facilities of the institutions.
Lok Sin Tong Wong Chung Ming Secondary School visited our campus on 15th April 2019.
MSTI held a Speed Dating event in our campus on 10th April 2019, giving students the opportunity to meet with representatives of shipping companies to discuss maritime development and prospects after graduation.
Congratulations to our basketball team winning the second runner-up!
The community relations officer of ICAC held a talk at our campus on 9th April 2019, in which our students were addressed the corruption issues possibly occurred in shipping industry.
CCC Fong Yun Wah Secondary School visited our campus on 14th March 2019.
Chinese YMCA Secondary School visited our campus on 12th March 2019.
MSTI conducted a seminar on Emission Issue in Marine Industry for students on 28th February 2019.
United Christian College visited our campus on 28th February 2019.
Guangzhou Maritime University took a campus tour in MSTI on 3rd January 2019.
15 students from Shenzhen Institute of Information Technology visited our campus on 18th December 2018.
30 students and teachers from Ching Chung Hau Po Woon Secondary School visited our campus on 14th December 2018.
The MSTI Open Day 2018 has been smoothly concluded on 23rd to 24th November 2018. There were a range of training facilities including Desk-top Simulator, Rope Making Machine, Medical Care & First Aid Equipment and Rescue Boats for display. Moreover, the demonstration of Firefighting and Survival Techniques had been arranged for the public aiming to let them learn more about maritime training and its development, and increased their awareness of the shipping industry.
MSTI Alumni Association held "11th anniversary celebration cum newcomer dinner" on 19th October, 2018, over 100 students, alumni and guests participated, it was a remarkable night!
Tuen Mun District Secondary School Heads Association, Yuen Long District Secondary School Heads Association, MPPF and HKIMT co-organised the "Maritime Career Planning Programme for Secondary School 2018-19" was successfully held on 6th October 2018.
21 students and teachers from Islamic Kasim Tuet Memorial College visited our campus on 21st September 2018.
Students from CCC Rotary Secondary School visited our campus on 16th May 2018.
Mr Thong Chee Chung, Deputy Director, Automotive & Rapid Transit Engineering, ITE College West, visited our campus on 9th May 2018.
Mr Zeno D'Agostino, President of the Autorità Portuale del Porto di Trieste, Italy, visited our campus on 16th March 2018.
15 students from Pui Shing Catholic Secondary School visited our campus on 8th February, 2018.
The Secretary for Education Mr Kevin Yeung, Assistant Director of Home Affairs Mr Howard Yam and District Officer (Tuen Mun) Ms Aubrey Fung visited MSTI on 5th February, 2018. They toured our campus and various teaching facilities, and chatted with our staff and students.
Congratulations to our instructor Tam Sir completed Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon 2018.
Secondary school students and children visited MSTI on 27th January, 2018. Desk-top Simulator was displayed and the demonstration of Firefighting and Survival Techniques had been arranged for them aiming to let them learn more about maritime training and its development, and increased their awareness of the shipping industry.
International Chamber of Shipping Secretary-General Mr Peter Hinchliffe visited the MSTI on 17th January, 2018.
50 students from Dalian Maritime University visited MSTI on 18th January 2018 and exchanged the experience on maritime training with us.
50 students from JiMei University visited MSTI on 4th December, 2017.
The MSTI Open Day 2017 has been smoothly concluded on 24th & 25th November 2017. There were a range of training facilities including Desk-top Simulator, Rope Making Machine, Medical Care & First Aid Equipment and Rescue Boats for display. Moreover, the demonstration of Firefighting and Survival Techniques had been arranged for the public aiming to let them learn more about maritime training and its development, and increased their awareness of the shipping industry.
Congratulations to Ms NG Yin-wah and Mr CHENG Chun-on of 2017 02GP. They were champions of the HK Maritime Week Orienteering Race 2017 – Tertiary Education (Men & Women) Group.
The Chief Executive of Maritime London Mr. Jos Standerwick and the Manager (Maritime) of THB Miss Michelle WONG visited the MSTI on 23rd November 2017. VTC Deputy Executive Director Dr LIU Sai Lok, VTC Academic Director (Engineering) Ir SHIU Chi Yung, MSTI Director Ir MAK Chiu Ki, MSTI Principal Instructor Mr WONG Lap Wah and students met with Mr. Jos Standerwick and exchanged their views to the industry.
19 students and teachers from CCC Fung Leung Kit Memorial Secondary School joined our campus tour on 20th October 2017.
Congratulations to alumnus Mr Yip yip kuen, Mr Yip Kwan Yeung and Mr Ng Wai Kuen awarded the Future Stars-Upward Mobility Scholarship 2017 and shared their experience on learning & work with our CJGPR students.
International Maritime Organization Secretary-General Mr Kitack LIM visited our campus on 5th September 2017. VTC Executive Director Ms Carrie YAU, MSTI Director Ir MAK Chiu Ki and students met with Mr Lim and exchanged views and experience of nurturing skilled manpower for the industry.
The teachers and students, represented Dalian Maritime University's training ship Yukun, visited MSTI on 3rd July, 2017 and exchanged the experience on maritime training with us.
The 4th China Seafarer Skills Competition was held in Zhoushan City, Zhejiang Province from 24th to 29th June, 2017. Our students attended the competition in order to learn the skills from the mainland seafarers.
MSTI staffs celebrated Tin Hau’s Birthday in the Tin Hau temple on 19th April 2017 to pray for safety, security, fine weather and full fishing nets during the coming year.
18 students and teachers from Children’s Learning Centre joined our campus tour on 18th April 2017.
To get familiar with the job nature of different kinds of maritime-related company, students who majored in Maritime studies from MSTI, PolyU and IVE(TY) were invited to meet with the listed companies, Wah Kwong Shipping Holdings Ltd., Orient Overseas Container Line Ltd., Wallem Group Ltd., China Navigation Co Ltd. (The Swire Group), Anglo-Eastern Ship Management Ltd., Valles Steamship Co Ltd. and Maritime Professional Promotion Federation on 11th April 2017.
In order to let youngsters and parents to learn more about the latest developments in maritime industry in Hong Kong, they are welcome to see MSTI campus and learning facilities and we can provide you with an admission advisory service.
If you are interested in our campus tour or maritime-related course, please contact us via email (email@example.com).
The four-day Education & Careers Expo was held at Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre on 23rd to 26th February 2017. It is a great pleasure that MSTI students were invited to serve as helpers and shared with the visitors their valuable experience by the Hong Kong Maritime and Port Board (HKPMB). Providing one-stop maritime-related information for young people and their parents on study, training and professional development, it would promote the maritime industry more widely.
The MSTI Open Day 2016 has been smoothly concluded on 18th & 19th November 2016. On both days, there were a range of training facilities including Desk-top Simulator, Rope Making Machine, Medical Care & First Aid Equipment and Rescue Boats for display. Moreover, the demonstration of Firefighting and Survival Techniques had been arranged for the public aiming to let them learn more about maritime training and its development, and increased their awareness of the shipping industry.