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Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering, Nautical Studies and Shipping Management & Chartering Programs at Breman, Germany

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Founded in 1799, Bremen University of Applied Sciences (Hochschule Bremen City University of Applied Sciences) is located centrally at Bremen Neustadt and a innovative and practically oriented university in Germany. Approximately 8 700 students enroll in 66 degree courses in areas such as engineering, natural sciences, economics and social sciences; about two-thirds are required to complete semesters of study or praxis abroad.

The structure of study at the Bremen University of Applied Sciences conforms to common international standards (ECTS) thereby offering attractive opportunities for study: individual components (modules) may be completed abroad. The University has about 325 partner universities in over 70 countries around the world and approximately 600 students travel abroad to study for one or two semesters each year.

16% of all students at the University come from other countries either as guest students or for their entire program of study. The programs are conducted in English and German. The international programs are all available in English.

Academic Programs

Bachelors Programs

  • BEng Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering (7 semesters including 5th semester internship abroad and 7th semester thesis): The goals, design and contents of the programme are aimed at the needs which the labour market has for engineers in general as well as for those who work in the field of maritime technology in particular. This program is available only in German. This program is also available as Cooperative Degree Program.
  • BSc Ship Management ISSM (Nautical Studies) (7 semesters including 5th semester internship): The international degree course Ship Management is a full-time study program. The curriculum reflects the provisions of the International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping (STCW). In addition to those subjects needed to built up the competencies required to take over the duties as deck officer and shipmaster the ISSM degree program covers subject areas such as economics, IT, engineering and law. This program is entirely in English.
  • BA Shipping and Chartering ISSC (7 semesters including 5th semester internship abroad and 7th semester thesis): If you interested in business and technology around the sea and shipping, then this program offers you a wide range of courses from the areas of maritime economics, management and law, nautical engineering including soft skills. This program is available in German and English.

LAST UPDATED ON Feb 19, 2017

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