Fees, discounts, and other funding sources for this course
Book on or before 9 February 2024
£12,700 / US$15,875
£8,600 / US$10,750
£4,300 / US$5,375
The requirements for entry to the award programme are as follows:
- An honours degree or equivalent in Maritime, Transport, Logistics, Business, Management or related studies. (Applicants with an unclassified degree and significant relevant industrial experience may be considered.)
- Evidence of experiential learning in the maritime industry, such as a Master Mariner certificate.
Other qualifications considered by the course team to be of similar academic level to the above.
or A non-UK equivalent qualification.
- IELTS English language requirement: 6.0 (minimum 5.5 in each component) RPL is accepted on this programme
Payment by instalments
- If you choose to pay by instalments, your first invoice will be sent once you are accepted onto the programme, followed by the relevant number of instalments depending on which level you have applied for.
- It will be invoiced on the dates below and due straight away.
- Your invoice can be paid by credit card or bank transfer, with full details provided on the invoice.
All fees are payable to Informa Connect Ltd as the course partner to Liverpool John Moores University.
Please get in touch to discuss your instalment plan.
Group Discounts Available
Multiple booking discounts may be available when enrolling groups of participants at the same time for the same intake, and invoiced to a single contact.
Get in touch for more information!
The International Harbour Masters Association (IHMA) and Lloyd's Maritime Academy have joined forces to provide the world’s present and aspiring Harbour Masters and Port Captains the underpinning knowledge on legislation, risk management, navigational management, security, marine operations and management skills to enable them to meet the industry’s key challenges.
THE IHMA PARTNERSHIP
The partnership provides existing IHMA members with up to a 10% discount on the MSc in Port and Terminal Management with Maritime Logistics. If you are already an MSc in Port and Terminal Management with Maritime Logistics student but not a member of IHMA, you could obtain a complimentary 12-months associate membership with the International Harbour Masters Association (IHMA).
How does it work?
Many companies fully or partly sponsor their employees for our courses and actively encourage personal development in line with company priorities. You should start by discussing your training request with your line manager, training manager or human resources manager to enquire about support available.
Make sure you have thought through your reasons for wanting to do the course and how it will benefit yourself, your job role and your company. Employers can be very positive if you have thought through your reasons for undertaking the course and demonstrate the self-discipline and commitment required to gain maximum benefit from a training programme.
We are always happy to directly talk to you and your manager to answer any questions about the course. We’re here to help you so please contact us without delay.
Marine Society Scholarship
The Marine Society is the leading and most experienced not for profit organisation supporting the wellbeing, personal and professional development of seafarers and shore-based maritime professionals. Scholarships as well as interest-free loans may be offered to UK seafarers (officers and ratings domiciled in the UK) to undertake this course.
Contact The Marine Society for more information: http://www.marine-society.org/