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New principal charts course at AMC

09 Jul 2019

Michael van Balen AO wants AMC to capitalise on the Australian Government’s unprecedented $90 billion National Naval Shipbuilding Enterprise.

He has the ideal background to make it happen.


Students on course for maritime career

27 Jun 2019

Fourteen students from eight Adelaide High Schools visited the Australian Maritime College this week.


AMC On Board for gender equality

25 Jun 2019

The Australian Maritime College is embracing the International Maritime Organization's Day of the Seafarer theme for 2019 which focuses on the importance and value of women within professional ranks.


Former Navy official to take the helm as AMC Principal

17 Apr 2019

The University of Tasmania is delighted to announce the appointment of retired Australian Rear Admiral and former Deputy Chief of Navy, Michael van Balen, as the new Principal of the Australian Maritime College.


$329m research partnership to transform Australia’s blue economy

16 Apr 2019

The University of Tasmania will lead the largest ever Cooperative Research Centre (CRC), bringing together expertise in seafood, renewable energy and offshore engineering to transform Australia’s blue economy.


AMC maritime engineering research achieves top ERA ranking

27 Mar 2019

The Australian Maritime College’s maritime engineering research has been recognised as well above world standard, achieving the highest possible ranking in the latest Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) 2018 report.


Upcoming Events

Flinders University Open Day

Find out more about our Partnership for undergraduate Engineering between Flinders University and the Australian Maritime College. ...

Auckland University of Technology Open Day

Join us at AUT LIVE, the most open day. Your future can be a big decision, and we want to ...

PACIFIC 2019

PACIFIC 2019, the biennial Pacific International Maritime Exposition, will be held in Sydney from Tuesday 8 to Thursday 10 October ...