45 (39 academic credits and 6 training credits)
3 for local students
6 for non-local students
Covered by The Hong Kong Maritime and Logistics Scholarship Scheme
Dr YANG Dong
Scholarship Form Submission
Other Self-Financed Programme
Note to Applicants
This programme enables students to introduce modern and cost-effective reforms into the shipping, transport and logistics industries.
The programme embodies a sound balance between academic theory and professional practice. The combination of Compulsory Subjects with a choice of Electives plus a mandatory internship reflects the multidisciplinary nature of the business and the diversity of the career paths that graduates can pursue.
Within 3 calendar months of successfully completing the programme, scholarship recipients must commit to working full time in the Hong Kong maritime industry for no fewer than 12 consecutive calendar months.
Graduates with MSc in International Shipping and Transport Logistics programme are granted full exemption from the Qualifying Examination of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in Hong Kong.
Graduates with MSc in International Shipping and Transport Logistics programme are granted exemption from the following subject by the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers:
Programme Structure (Subject to review)
Scholarship recipients receive the core knowledge that is essential in the shipping, transport and logistics industries and in-depth knowledge of selected specialised areas in line with their needs and aspirations. An array of Elective Subjects is available that allows scholarship recipients to specialise in areas that would normally be impossible to cover in depth within the time constraints of the first degree.
Students must complete 39 academic credits (1 Compulsory Subject, 4 International Shipping Core Subjects, 3 Restricted Elective Subjects and 5 Free Elective Subjects) and 6 training credits (240-hour Maritime Industry Internship) (exemption may be granted to local scholarship recipients with relevant internship/work experience). In terms of Free Elective Subjects, students can opt for a 6-credit Project plus 3 Free Electives.
Core Areas of Study
The following is a summary of the core areas of study. Detailed information will be provided upon registration.
(1 subject – 3 credits)
International Shipping Core Subjects+
(4 subjects – 12 credits)
Restricted Elective Subjects+
(3 subjects – 9 credits)
Note: Students may take more than 3 Restricted Elective Subjects. The additional subjects will be counted as Free Elective Subjects.
Free Elective Subjects+
(Any 5 subjects – 15 credits)
Focus on International Shipping:
Focus on Shipping Economics and Finance:
Focus on Shipping Law and Insurance:
Focus on International logistics (Air Logistics Management):
Each subject carries three credits, and the Project carries six credits.
Mandatory Training Subject (6 credits)
Information on the subjects offered can be obtained here.
+ Subjects are offered according to class quota availability.
Chinese Mainland and Overseas Applicants
Conditions of Scholarship
Student visa and other information for non-local students
For further information:
Tel: (852) 2766 4065
For academic matters, please contact:
Prof. Stephen LI, Academic Advisor (tel: (852) 2766 5009; email: email@example.com);
or Dr YANG Dong, Programme Director (tel: (852) 2766 7413; email: firstname.lastname@example.org).
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