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  MSc (Maritime Technology and Management)

National University of Singapore    Masters Programmes

Full time & Part time August MSc 1 year full-time or 2 years part-time

About the course

The Master of Science (Maritime Technology and Management) or MSc (MTM) seeks to train and equip graduates with key skillsets to enable next-generation port capabilities, such as industrial systems development, big data analytics tools, and emerging port technologies (e.g., digitalisation to train workers). The MSc (MTM) alumni community will function as touchpoints which the Centre for Maritime Studies (CMS) and the Department of Industrial Systems Engineering and Management (ISEM) can capitalise for future collaboration between industry and research.

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Entry Requirements

An undergraduate degree with honours or its equivalent from a good University, preferably from a STEM background.

Applicants without an honours degree will be considered for admission based on your average scores during your course of study. These applicants may be requested to attend an interview session. Applicants with evidence of technical background and having 2 years of working experience in the maritime sector will be an advantage.

Applicants whose undergraduate degree was not taught exclusively in English are required to submit TOEFL/IELTS scores. The minimum expected scores are:
85 for TOEFL internet-based test
6.0 for IELTS (Academic)


Singapore Dollars $62,060 (inclusive of 7% GST)

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