The application form can be obtained from Room 701 of Graduate School, Dalian Maritime University or downloaded below. The application deadline is 30 days prior to the commencement of the programme.

All applications should be sent together with copies of the following documents:

WMU admits students to the MSc in International Transport and Logistics (ITL) who are already established in careers in the maritime field. The Admissions Board will consider only those applicants who meet the following general entrance requirements:

The tuition fee for the next intake to the programme will be RMB 89,900 (US$ 13,500 as at August 2017); the fees for the programme are affected by currency fluctuations and may rise each year. In addition, a student needs a minimum of around RMB 70,000 to cover living costs in Shanghai for the whole study period (accommodation, food, books and study material and so on).

The application form can be obtained from Room 203 of The School of Transportation, Shanghai Maritime University or downloaded below. The application deadline is 30 days prior to the commencement of the programme.

All applications should be sent together with copies of the following documents:

WMU admits students to the MSc in Maritime Safety and Environmental Management (MSEM) who are already established in careers in the maritime field. The Admissions Board will consider only those applicants who meet the following general entrance requirements:

A limited number of fellowships to provide financial support to students are given each year by a range of international donors. These fellowship awards are aimed at capacity building in developing countries, and the majority are given on a bilateral – government-to-government – basis. Candidates cannot apply for funding personally; their employer must apply.

2018

18 June - 7 September English & Study Skills Programme: 12 weeks

10 - 14 September Non-teaching period for ESSP students: 1 week

10 September Orientation Programme for non-ESSP students starts: 1 week

17 September Inauguration of the Class of 2019

All candidates must apply electronically. Paper applications are not accepted. Applications can be submitted at any time; there are no cut-off dates.

Applicants who meet the minimum entrance requirements are reviewed by the WMU Admissions Board. The Registry will notify all applicants of the Admissions Board’s decisions as soon as possible. 

Fees and costs are revised annually, and should be expected to rise for students joining WMU in 2017.
 
The University fee for entrants to the Class of 2019, 14-month programme is $27,300. This covers tuition and the required insurance ($23,000) and the field-study programme ($4,300). An additional estimate of $26,900 is needed for living costs.
 
The English and Study Skills Programme (ESSP) is for anyone who needs to communicate more effectively in English in the maritime field. ESSP students are typically:

  • WMU students enrolled in the ESSP as a condition of entry into the MSc programme

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