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Latest maritime simulator technology is in core of the Sea Captain studies

SAMK’s maritime simulator centre is updated to meet the requirements of, for example, dynamic positioning, operations at offshore and navigation in icy conditions. The new simulator was taken in use in 2016.

20.2.2018 | By: Elina Valkama

See what students and senior lecturer tell about the Sea Captain studies.

The goal of the Sea Captain studies is to educate highly professional seafarers to the international maritime sector.

Application period: 9 January – 28 March 2018
Studies start in Autumn 2018

20.2.2018 | By: Elina Valkama

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