BScSea Ports Engineering (specialization - Maritime Transport Logistics)
|Nominal duration||4 years (240 ECTS)|
|Awards||BSc (Bachelor of Engineering Sciences)|
|Tuition fee||€2,040.00 per year|
|Application fee||€200.00 one-time
Bank name: AB Swedbank
High school / secondary education (or higher)
a senior high school diploma with a good average grade (min. CGPA >60 %)
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
English language level minimum requirement is B2.
A motivation letter must be added to your application.
Seaport Engineering is a unique, promising, and popular study programme. Its graduates are excellent specialists who have a good knowledge of transport and seaport engineering and are able to use the latest computerized information systems. Students are provided with advanced theoretical knowledge and practical skills; they enjoy the opportunity of becoming strategists of new technologies.
During the studies, students analyze the port infrastructure, superstructure, and other port and shipping-related systems. The courses in the curriculum include: Cargo Types and Flows; Freight Transportation, Forwarding, and Agency; Maritime Transport Management; Transport Systems; Intro to Port Engineering; Intro to Port Infrastructure; Intro to Port Superstructure; Intro to Port Organization and Logistics; Port Terminal Planning; Special Terminals Organization and Operation, etc.
Upon completion of the study programme, graduate is sure to get a job in the modern and developing port of Klaipeda as well as in other ports that are considered to be guarantors of human wellbeing. Graduates can work as engineers in various maritime industries, port administration, etc., in the fields of stevedoring, ship agency, and freight forwarding; they can work as technical consultants or managers of industrial enterprises and their divisions.