WMU offers a postgraduate programme in Maritime Affairs, leading to a Master of Science or a Postgraduate Diploma, in 7 specializations.
WMU’s PhD programme offers students the opportunity to carry out research across the maritime field, but with an emphasis on issues related to the International Maritime Organization’s mission of maritime safety, security and marine environmental protection.
The Master of Science in International Transport and Logistics (Shipping & Finance) is delivered in Shanghai, China by WMU in collaboration with Shanghai Maritime University (SMU).
The Master of Science in Maritime Safety and Environmental Management is delivered in Dalian, China, by WMU in collaboration with Dalian Maritime University (DMU).
The innovative new MPhil programme has been designed in partnership by IMO’s two sister institutions, WMU and the IMO International Maritime Law Institute (IMLI) in Malta.
This long-established programme was developed for professionals in the marine insurance industry, and offers a solid academic foundation for practitioners to develop their expertise and their careers.
Industry and governments around the world are engaged in the international effort to battle climate change, greenhouse gas emissions, air pollutants, sea-level rise and weather-pattern changes.
The Maritime Welfare (MARI-WEL) Professional Development Programme was created in partnership by the ITF Seafarers’ Trust and the World Maritime University.
WMU offers a specialist Maritime English and Study Skills Programme (ESSP). The ESSP is designed to enhance English language competencies and provide the skills necessary to follow a postgraduate programme successfully.
WMU offers two International Maritime Law programmes, an LLM and a Postgraduate Diploma, in partnership with Lloyd’s Maritime Academy which is part of KNect365.
The programme is delivered in association with DNV, the world’s largest ship and offshore classification society.
An academic offering to professionals in the maritime and ocean sector specifically designed to equip these individuals with specialized knowledge and insight for optimal success in Maritime Affairs.
In 2022, the WMU Summer Institute is launching its initial course with a focus on Maritime Decarbonization, offering a forum for education and discussion on reducing GHG emissions from shipping. The philosophy behind this course is that the inevitable maritime energy transition is an opportunity for the industry.