What better location than Rotterdam could there be for the
Netherlands Maritime University? Rotterdam is the ideal
location to experience the spirit of shipping in one of the
world’s largest centres of world trade and transport.
Netherlands Maritime University (NMU ) is a specialised educational institute founded by the STC-Group. NMU wasest ablished in 2006, to fulfil the need for management professionals in the maritime, logist ics and transport sectors. It offers a full-time Mast er program at two locations in the world: in Rotterdam, The Netherlands and in Gwangyang, South-Korea. NMU offers the part-time mast er program in
shipping and transport exclusively at its main location in Rotterdam.
The Master Shipping and Transport program offers you a combination of extensive knowledge and skills training, enabling you to fulfil management positions in the shipping and transport industry. As a participant of the program you will be exposed to a multidisciplinary view on maritime, port, transport and logistics issues and to complex management problems. The part-time program is specifically tailored to ambitious working professionals who wish to combine their career with further higher education.
Investment in yourself and your company
Your participation in the part-time Master program is an investment in your development as a manager. With our Master program we strive to create an optimal balance between both your personal and your professional development, thereby providing added value to your career as well as to your company. You will be able to apply the acquired knowledge and skills directly in your daily work. Moreover, you can choose to focus your thesis research on a facet of your company.
The new building of STC-Group offers the most modern facilities for students, lecturers and researchers. The Transport Chain Simulator® is one of the simulators and is unique in the world. Students are managing and operating an entire supply chain together in one classroom that is specifically equipped for this purpose. Another 3,000 m2 of simulators, ranging from full mission bridge, engine room, VTS, crane and straddle carrier simulators are available.
Auditoriums and classrooms of different sizes have state-ofthe- art audiovisual equipment that facilitates learning and transfer of knowledge.
There are a number of computer rooms and ICT facilities that students can use. In addition a wireless connection with the internet is available in the entire building.
The library offers a place where students can do research, search in databases and browse through magazines and books. Last but not least, there are sporting facilities within the building, where students can work out in a fitness area, play football, squash or challenge themselves at the climbing wall.
The building of NMU is well accessible for disabled.