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Finland

Business & Economics

Transport Management

Bachelor in Marine Technology: Maritime Management

4.5 years

€0 pa

Programme profile


This programme is an excellent grounding for a career in maritime management. Graduates from this programme are professional and versatile master mariners, qualified for European and International careers. The most career is at obvious career destination is at sea as an officer on board any type of vessel: Finnish master mariners are well respected on the international market and graduates are hired globally. The maritime industry offers land-based positions within authorities, shipping companies, brokers, insurance companies, yards, logistics, and so on.

This programme offers a wide variety of possible specialisations. The nature of the studies however is such that true specialisation takes place while working at sea, not in the classroom. The training is closely related to practice and simulators, workshops, rescue boats and training vessels form a significant part of the study environment. A significant part of the programme is realised as onboard training. The onboard training is mostly carried out on Finnish ships, but ships under other flags are also used.

Programme content


Core content is:

Introduction to Academic Studies; Economy and Leadership; Onboard Community; Seamanship; Ship Machinery; Safety; Terrestrial navigation; Celestial navigation; Watchkeeping Duties; Stability and Ship Theory; Logistics [Cargo Handling]; Safety; Radio Communication; Manoeuvring; Vessel Management and Administration; Onboard Training ; Electives; Bachelor"s Thesis

Progression


The university doesnt currently offer a related programme at Masters level, taught through English

Entry Requirements


3 A-levels + 3 GCSEs

Transfer opportunities for students with relevant qualifications from Further Education.

Leaving Certificate showing at least 6 subjects of which at least 2 are Higher Level subjects (at least Grade H5)

Transfer opportunities for students with relevant qualifications from Further Education.

Yes

No

No

Copy A Level or Leaving Certificate results normally need to be received by university before end of July

10 January

25 January