The emphasis is on shipping and maritime management in an international and local setting and the program draws on an emerging body of knowledge and evidence to allow comparisons across different countries and systems.
The programme focuses primarily on education in shipping, business, management, and maritime science and technology, to build up the expertise of the shipping industry, research and development.
The Maritime Studies programme leads to the award of the MBA in Maritime and Shipping Management degree. An internship to the maritime industry as well as field visits supplements the learning experience.Students will be offered an opportunity to develop a career in global maritime management, freight forwarding or exporting and importing. They will gain a distinctive business degree that will let them work overseas, in a wide range of industrial positions, ship operations, marine science, maritime management and operation.
This programme may require students to demonstrate proficiency in English.
The MBA in Maritime and Shipping Management is aimed to prospective students that have a first degree or an equivalent recognized academic title. In addition, knowledge of the English language and Information Technology skills are required. Relevant professional experience is also desirable.
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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