Maritime Logistics Management

Maritime Logistics Management is a Master's degree programme for transportation and logistics professionals. Master's degree study is tailored to support professional growth in managing future maritime supply chains.

Master's Degree

60 ECTS
20 Intake
Master of Engineering

Important Dates

Application period: 4 January – 15 February 2023
Enrollment for the entrance exam course: 13 - 28 February 2023
Studies start: Autumn 2023

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Master of Maritime Logistics Management (on Opintopolku.fi)

Studies unfold financial and regulatory perspectives of maritime logistic chains through operational approaches merging industry key stakeholders. Students learn to encompass the innovative development of novel maritime logistic chains in variable operational and environmental contexts. Maritime Logistics Management studies pave the road to the future by merging academic research and applied sciences. Teachers support students in establishing development projects and opening channels for demand-based collaboration with the key industry stakeholders.

Think future- accelerating transition of logistics

Maritime Logistics Management is a master’s degree study programme for transportation and logistics professionals. Master's degree study is tailored to support professional growth in managing of developing supply chains. Studies unfold financial and regulatory perspectives of maritime logistic chains through operational approaches merging all key stakeholders. Students learn to encompass the innovative development of novel maritime logistic chains in variable operational and environmental contexts. Maritime Logistics Management studies pave the road to the future by merging academic research and applied sciences.

Global logistic stakeholders acknowledge the transition of logistic chains and the demand for financial and environmental sustainability competitiveness. In principle, the transportation of a cargo unit remains much the same in the foreseeable future. It is not the goal that changes but the ways to achieve goals. The ability to solve problems in novel environments gives Maritime Logistics Management students a firm grasp of the future of maritime logistics chains.

Versatile delivery of teaching consists of online lectures and workshops, group assignments, and independent studying. Teachers support students in establishing development projects and opening channels for demand-based collaboration with the regional key industry stakeholders.

 

SAMK Students Will be Employed

Master’s studies in Maritime Logistics Management serve to educate highly skilled, competent and innovative specialists for demanding development, management and expert positions in logistics management companies and associated organizations. Both vertical and horizontal career paths are equally likely during and after the master’s studies.

 

Study Contents

The Master’s Programme in Maritime Logistics Management delivers a widespread view of managing multimodal logistics. Borderlines for activities are set by financial and economic sustainability, regulatory framework, and operational risk assessment.

Global logistic stakeholders acknowledge the transition of logistic chains and the demand for financial and environmental competitiveness. In principle, the transportation of a cargo unit remains much the same in the foreseeable future. It is not the goal that changes but the ways to achieve goals. The ability to solve problems in novel environments provides students with a firm grasp of the future of maritime logistic chains.

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MORE ABOUT THE SUBJECT

SAMK's maritime simulator.
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Our Students Will Be Employed: A Captain and a Student – Dmitry Chutchev Completed His Master’s Degree while at Sea

Master of Maritime Management is a higher education degree intended for sea captains and marine engineers. Dmitry Chutchev has been working on ships since he graduated from the University of Water Transport in Saint Petersburg with a Marine Navigation degree in 1996.
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Now we can simulate the trip of Aurora Botnia

Aurora Botnia, constructed by Rauma Marine Constructions (RMC), has now its own simulator. The project is a joint effort between RMC, Wasaline and SAMK.

Further information

Student Admissions Office
+358 2 623 4801
admissions@samk.fi

Senior Lecturer
Janne Lahtinen
+358 44 710 3805
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