Myanmar Mercantile Marine College to admit 300 students

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The graduation ceremony of Diploma Course No 13/2022 of the Myanmar Mercantile Marine College.

The Myanmar Mercantile Marine College (MMMC) will admit 300 students for the 2024–2025 academic year.
The college will accept a total of 300 cadets, including 130 nautical cadets and 40 marine electrical engineering cadets. Applications will be accepted from 7 July to 1 September.
To be eligible, applicants must have passed the matriculation exam with a subject combination that includes Physics and Chemistry, and their total score must be at least 400. Additionally, applicants must not be older than 19 years of age on 31 December 2023.
Shortlisting of applicants will be based on their matriculation test scores, starting with the highest, until the required number of students is reached. Selected candidates will then undergo a series of examinations, including hearing, general health, eye (colour blind test), mental illness and drug abuse screenings.
Applicants need to apply for only one type of course and provide complete personal information. Along with the application, two passport-sized photos, endorsements of good moral behaviour, a confirmation letter signed by the school headmaster/headmistress confirming the applicant’s matriculation exam passing status, the original score sheet and declarations stating that both parents and the applicant are Myanmar citizens must be submitted.
Candidates selected in the preliminary stage will need to submit both the original and a copy of their university entrance examination certificate from the Department of Myanmar Examinations when reporting back after the medical examination organized by the MMMC. Failure to report on the specified date will result in removal from the selected preliminary list. — TWA/CT

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