Ports And Shipping Management

Course Info

Main areas: economics, accounting and finance, marketing, technical management of shipping, port hydro-structures and facilities, port and terminal operations, multi-modal transport, logistics, port services management, marine insurance, maritime English and shipping agency.

The programme incorporates one-month shipboard training and 11 months of training in shore based companies of maritime sector.

One semester is envisaged for studying in a partner higher education institution and students can apply for Erasmus+ scholarships for study mobility, as well as for traineeship mobility.

Studies are organised in the form of lectures, seminars, project works and discussion groups.

Students are required to complete the programme of study followed by graduation project.Career opportunities

A marine engineer or subsequently a chief engineer on merchant or other vessels without limitations, a superintendent or an engineer in maritime or other shore-based companies

Career Opportunities

Employment in shipping and other shore-based companies in the capacity of managers, planning executives and port economic service personnel

Application requirements

• General or vocational secondary education

• Proficiency in the English language.

Post-graduate opportunities:

MSc studies