MSc in Maritime Affairs Applications
All candidates must apply online. Paper applications are not accepted. Applications can be submitted at any time; there are no cut-off dates.
Certified copies of certificates (including the results of an acceptable test of English language) and transcripts supporting the qualifications listed must be attached as electronic files.
Paper applications are not accepted.
Applicants who meet the minimum entrance requirements are reviewed by the Admissions Board. Only the best candidates each year will be approved and offered a place, pending the confirmation of funding.
If an applicant requests advanced standing to enter the accelerated MSc programme, the transcripts will be carefully assessed to ensure that the essential criteria are met. An applicant who is considered for the accelerated programme, but not accepted, is automatically then considered for the 14-month standard programme.
The Registry will notify you of the result of your application as soon as possible. The process may take longer at certain times of the year.
When an academically cleared candidate has secured financing, enrolment can be finalised. At this point, the University will send each candidate a medical report form, which must be returned to the University, along with a formal declaration that the candidate accepts the conditions of his/her enrolment.
Application for Admission
Note 1: Please create only ONE account and submit only ONE application.
Application for Financial Support Form
Students who cannot secure funding through their home countries can be considered for one of the many fellowships made available each year by a number of international donors. Applicants must be put forward by their employer who is responsible for completing the Application for Financial Support form. Read this information before filling out the Financial Support Form. The Financial Support Form must be emailed to MSc@wmu.se.
Application for the English and Study Skills Programme (ESSP) Only
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, whether at WMU or another institution. More than a quarter of the ESSP students are external students who come to Malmö for this unique programme that prepares them for both study and professional life in the maritime field. For more information about the programme, please visit wmu.se/essp. To apply to follow the ESSP as a stand-alone programme of study, please apply online.
Application for the Accelerated Programme
If an applicant requests advanced standing to enter the accelerated MSc programme, transcripts will be carefully assessed to ensure essential criteria are met. Applicants to the accelerated programme who are not accepted will be automatically considered for the 14-month standard programme.
All liaison with donors is through WMU who forwards files of eligible applicants to the donors. Donors request that applicants do not contact them directly. Donors establish the criteria used when considering applicants. Awards are generally restricted to those under age 40 and priority may be given to female applicants.
ALL FORMS BELOW MUST BE SAVED BEFORE FILLING THEM OUT