The World Maritime University is a postgraduate maritime university under the United Nations, founded by the International Maritime Organization (IMO).
The M.Sc. program in Maritime Affairs offers six specializations:
• Shipping Management & Logistics; • Port Management; • Maritime Safety and Environmental Administration; • Maritime Law and Policy; • Marine Environmental & Ocean management; • Maritime Education and Training.
The standard 14-month program runs from September each year, and consists of 90 ECTS degree credits. Candidates who have already completed a postgraduate program elsewhere may be granted advanced standing, exempting them from the first semester and enrol in January.
The University admits only mature students who are already established in a career in the maritime field and• a Bachelor’s degree in a relevant discipline, or an equivalent university qualification, or• the highest grade certificate of competency for unrestricted service as master mariner or chief engineer, or equivalent maritime qualifications and• substantial, directly relevant professional experience• competence in English language, demonstrated by an internationally recognised standard test• computer competence (at least the ability to use Microsoft Office)
€18,100; this covers tuition and the required insurance (€15,000) and the field-study programs (€2,500)
Recipient: World Maritime University
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