Compare Masters Programs in Marine Technology in Europe 2019
The masters degree program of Marine Technology covers both practical aspects as well as the required theories. Therefore, the courses in Marine Technology are meant to prepare candidates for practical world.
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The master aims to supply technical and normative information needed to learn the process of project a boat with extreme freedom and project confidence. The study of hullwaterlines, of structures and piping plants and onboard systems will permit to plan since from the beginning their appropriate positioning, giving the chance to acquire a fundamental professionalism to express oneself freely in design and style.
The master program is intended for students aiming towards management positions within the maritime community. The maritime industry is a highly international and globalized industry with a lot of challenges and opportunities.
Departments - Shipbuilding - Ship Machines and Mechanisms - Navigation, transport management and preservation of waterways - Ecology and Environmental Protection - Plant- growing - Thermotechnics (Heat Engineering)
This programme will provide engineers with the technical competences to provide solutions to water security issues. Core modules will address technical aspects of water
The graduate Maritime Studies study lasts two years, i.e. four semesters (120 ECTS credits). Upon completion of the graduate study, students acquire the academic degree of Master in Maritime Transport.
The graduate study of Marine Electrical Engineering and Communication Technologies lasts two years, i.e. four semesters (120 ECTS points). Upon completion of the graduate study, students acquire the academic degree of Master's degree in Technology (M.Tech.) in Marine Electrical Engineering and Communication Technologies.
The joint master's programme in Maritime Engineering is given in collaboration between the Nordic Five Tech universities – KTH, Chalmers, DTU, Aalto University and NTNU – and hereby combines these five universities lead expertise and long tradition in maritime engineering. Students begin their studies at one of the partner universities for year one and complete their studies at another university for year two, resulting in a double degree from the two universities.
This programme allows its students to develop skills in naval engineering and to become engineers experienced in ship operations.
Water Technology is one key point of Environmental Engineering and therefore a key part of our future. Due to environmental pollution, climate change or our increasing world population, challenges in water-related topics are changing. The Master’s program Water Technology focuses on these topics. It covers the problem of change mitigation regarding problems as flood protection and technologies, such as desalination and of course aspects of sustainability and energy.