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Business & Economics

Transport Management

Bachelor in Marine Management (Sea Captain)

4.5 years

€0 pa

Programme profile

The maritime industry offers one of the most exciting and diverse career paths for anyone who aspires to become a member of a seafaring crew through completing the required certificates of proficiency. Maritime academies in Scandinavia have a long reputation for delivering an outstanding curriculum, which prepares students for finding their own niche in the field. Thus, seafarers with a Scandinavian degree in Maritime Studies are in high demand, especially for management level /Deck Officer/ positions. Depending on their work experience they often work as officers, chief officers or Masters on board the ships.

Students can apply for identification and recognition of competence throughout their studies and the academic year. There is no limit for the number of credits which can be identified and recognised.

Programme content

Your studies will include:

- Navigation and Ship Handling
- Shipping Technology and Shipping Economics
- Seamanship and Leadership Skills
- Ship Service and Maintenance and Ship Building
- Ship Engines and Technical Systems
- Maritime Law and Legislation
- Ship Safety and Emergency Management

While proceeding in your studies you gradually learn to work in a challenging environment and to make quick decisions.  You will also get used to the special demands of life at sea, such as being able to adapt to different situations, to take responsibility and to be flexible

Entry Requirements

Three A-Levels and three GCSES

Six passes at Leaving Certificate, inc 2 x H5




08 January

22 January