Maritime Security, Policy, Studies Offered at UK University

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Tuesday, December 17, 2013

The University of Greenwich (in the Greater London area) offers higher degree programs in two  subjects with flexible study alternatives, as follows:

MSc Maritime Security
Develops an understanding of maritime security through topics such as ports, ships at anchor, ships at sea, and the extraction of energy from or via the sea. Historical events are put into context by a trip to Normandy (included in the tuition fee). Individual modules include: Maritime Business Environment; Maritime Crime; Environment and Energy; Marine Insurance; Global Maritime Security.

MA International Maritime Policy
Explores private and public policy, the economics of maritime transport ports and terminals, national and international regulation, security, maritime labour, oceanic law, policy and management. Individual modules include: Current Issues in Maritime Policy; Economics of International Shipping; Defence & Security; Public Shipping Law.

Entrance

Either a bachelors degree, or without formal qualifications but instead have relevant personal or professional experience.

Attendance
Attendance is required at classes in Greenwich for one or two days per week. Classes take place for twelve weeks from October to December and twelve weeks from January to March. Individual modules can also be taken for two hours per week over twelve weeks.

For more information, fees etc. visit: www.gre.ac.uk/gmi

 

 

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