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 M.Sc. in Maritime Engineering 

The programme allows the students to build on and integrate prior knowledge and understanding of their engineering and science discipline at an advanced level to solve a substantial range of practical engineering problems, through individual or group case studies or projects with a specific direction towards the maritime field of study and industry.  The programme covers a wide range of engineering disciplines, from ship fundamentals, resistance and propulsion and their systems, hydrodynamics, computational fluid dynamics, oceanography, materials for the marine environment, maritime structures, renewable energy generation and water treatment.  Furthermore, essential topics covering economic, legal, social, ethical, managerial and environmental issues are delivered.

The course is delivered on a part-time basis, spread over six consecutive semesters (October to January and February to June) and is structured and ideal for new graduates and persons who are already in full-time employment, working with or external to the maritime industry.

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M.Sc. in Maritime Engineering
Course starting in October 2017 - Applications Open
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Course starting in October 2017 - Applications Open
M.Sc. in Applied Oceanography
October 2017 - Applications Open
Maritime Platform: Connecting Professionals
THINK Magazine - Water Special Focus
Sea Gliders

Half-day Seminar on Sea Glider for Monitoring the Marine Environment in Malta           7 July 2017

COPERNICUS

Marine Environment Monitoring Service at the BLUEMED Conference - 27 June 2017

 

EMSEA2017

Fifth EMSEA, European Marine Science Educators Association, 7 - 10 October 2017,  Malta

SeaofSkills Project
Training of local small-scale fishermen through the SeaofSkills project - Friday 21 April 2017
Launch of MarSA & Maritime Platform
Launch of MarSA and Maritime Platform
 
 
Last Updated: 21 April 2017

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