The Master’s degree programme in Maritime Management comprises 60 ECTS and the degree title is Master of Engineering or Master of Maritime Management, depending on your previous Bachelor’s degree.
The programme has a special focus concerning the management and business administration in maritime operations.
The studies include 6 courses of relevant subjects each of an extent of 5 credits. Following subjects are covered:
Our working methods within the program ensure that you practice your project management and leadership skills and improve your professional communication skills in English.
The major part of the studies is conducted online, in combination with self-studies and team work. The thesis work is realised as a research and development project related to working life.
The studies are optimised for flexible learning and studying, parallel with fulltime employment ashore or at sea. The studies are arranged at site and online with the lecture materials, as well as the assignments to be completed online, in the system Moodle. The meetings are used for lecturing, working with assignments, problem solving, and keeping presentations.
We use Microsoft Teams for communication in the group, both students and teachers. For study administrative things the Peppi system is used. It is recommended but not mandatory for you during the studies to attend some sessions in person at campus.
It can namely also be good to meet and network with your peers and thesis supervisor. The lectures that take place on campus will be recorded. We meet on average two days a month. The thesis work is usually realized as a research and development project related to working life.
It is mandatory to visit Finland to show the student Admission the original certificates used in the application and to strengthen one’s personal identity.
Moving to Finland is not necessary for the studies. Moreover, such a thing would be something between Finnish Immigrations Service (Migri) and the student. It is recommended but not mandatory for you during the studies to attend some sessions in person at campus.