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To be eligible for any program, students must:
● Have graduated from high school;
● Be between the ages of 18 and 25 years;
● Be in good health.
The duration of all courses is 4 years.
Aim: The objective of this course is to train students in navigation technology in order to enable them to meet the required national and international standards for seafarer competency. Students will work on modern ship navigation and management so they will be able to navigate the world’s waterways.
● GMDSS equipment;
● Ship management;
● Modern electronic navigation systems;
● Seafarer psychology;
● Ship-borne navigational aids;
● Marine signals and radio telephony;
● Ship cargo handling;
● Navigation ;
● Marine meteorology and oceanography;
● Ship’s collision avoidance and watchkeeping.
Aim: This program takes students through the study and application of multidisciplinary principles from mechanical engineering, electronic engineering, systems engineering, control engineering, telecommunication and computer engineering in order to gain advanced technical and management skills to be found in a wide range of industries.
● Fundamentals of computer;
● Descriptive geometry and mechanical drawing;
● Electrical technology;
● Dynamics of port machinery;
● Fundamentals of manufacturing;
● Safety systems engineering;
● Sensor and testing techniques;
● Simulation of control system;
● Design of microcomputer applications;
● Numerical Analysis.
Aim: The objective of this course is to familiarize students with basic theoretical knowledge of environmental science and engineering in order that they may develop into technical or management experts in maritime or related fields.
● Principles of environmental engineering experimentation;
● Environmental monitoring technology;
● Hazardous material management;
● Pollution prevention technology for ships and ports;
● Marine resource management.
International Economics and Trade
Aim: This program is designed to familiarize students with the theories and techniques for analysis of contemporary problems of international trade.
● International trade theory and policy;
● International finance;
● Business negotiation;
● Customs practices and regulations;
● International economics;
● International service trade;
● Applied statistics;
● International marketing;
● Urban regional economics;
● The third party logistics.
Aim: The objective of this program is to train students in accounting theory and practice in order to enable them to familiarize with Chinese Accounting Standards for Business Enterprises and International Financial Reporting Standards, which will facilitate their career in Chinese and multinational companies.
● Introductory accounting;
● Intermediate financial accounting;
● Management accounting;
● Cost accounting;
● Advanced financial accounting;
● Financial Management;
● International accounting;
● Chinese taxation.
Applicants for undergraduate programs can only apply for Shanghai Government Scholarship (SGS).
Please refer to the website link below for more details.
Shanghai Goverment Scholarship (SGS)
● All applicant are to submit their scanned copy of their application documents to email@example.com
● All applicant are to make sure that Shanghai Maritime University application form and/ or scholarship (CGS or SGS) form are signed before mailing it to the address below.
International Education College,
Shanghai Maritime Unicersity,
Room B808-1, LIbrary Building, 1550 Hai Gang Avenue, Lin Gang New City,
Pudong District, Shanghai, China, 201306.