The MSc Sustainable Maritime Operations project consists of a stand-alone 60 credit research module, which provides the opportunity to complete a full 180 credits at Level 7 for:
Predominantly employed individuals working in the maritime industry, who have studied up to PGDip level to date.
Students wishing to apply using general credit from other PGDip or full MSc programmes at other institutions.
During the programme, students will have the opportunity to undertake advanced research methods training, project planning, data management and statistics; and carry out independent research as part of the MSc Project.
Key Programme Information
MSc Sustainable Maritime Operations
University of Plymouth
January, May and September Next start date is 15th January 2024
A suitable English language certificate, for example an IELTS. A full list of certificates accepted can be found here. (For International students only)
Copies of academic certificates and/or transcripts
A copy of your passport (photo page only)
A 200-300 word personal statement explaining your motivation for wanting to join this programme. You may find our Guidance document helpful.
You must possess one of the below:
Post Graduate Diploma or equivalent, in a related subject area
Relevant work or life experience in a relevant subject area
English language certificate. For example an IELTS score of 6.5. For a full list of English language certificates accepted click here. We will accept UK issued Certificate of Competency as proof of English language.
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