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C-MAT Specialisation Courses – Courses in March 2017

Wednesday, 15 February 2017 08:54
In Spring 2017, C-MAT, the Centre for Maritime and Air Transport Management of the University of Antwerp, will be hosting its specialisation courses to both students and professionals. All courses are offered in either one- or two-week blocks. Upon successful completion of a course, participants receive official academic credits and a certificate.
 
Updated course schedules are now online!
 
Courses in March with regard to the port and maritime sector
Port Economics and Business* 20th – 31st March 2017 (Course schedule)
 
Courses in March with regard to the air transport sector
Airport Management 13th – 24th March 2017 (Course schedule)
 
Research and methodological courses in March
Transport Modelling 20th – 31st March 2017 (Course schedule)
 
More information about all specialisation courses is available on the C-MAT website. Registration is possible on the specialisation course website.
 
Full-year programme
C-MAT is also offering a full-year programme. The C-MAT advanced master in Maritime and Air Transport Management prepares its graduates for the challenges faced by the transport sector today. In the programme, students can opt amongst other for courses in transport research, maritime transport and air transport.
Applications for academic year 2017-2018 are possible now.
 
*Port Economics and Business sponsored by PSA Antwerp

 
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