NORTHERN EUROPE - SHIPPING, MARITIME, TRANSPORTATION, LOGISTICS, SUPPLY CHAIN, EDUCATION AND TRAINING


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Denmark - Maritime, Transport, Logistics, Supply Chain

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COPENHAGEN BUSINESS SCHOOL AT FREDERIKSBERG, DENMARK - Executive Shipping, Logistics And Supply Chain Management Education - Established in 1917, Copenhagen Business School (CBS) is an institution of higher education in the Danish education system and one of the largest business schools in Europe with more than 19,000 students. CBS is accredited by EQUIS, AMBA, and AACSB. CBS has thus acquired the Triple Crown, an acknowledgement only shared by 50 business schools worldwide.

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MAERSK TRAINING GROUP | HQ AT SVENDBORG DENMARK |WORLDWIDE MARITIME TRAINING - Worldwide Offshore Maritime, Oil & Gas, Wind, Safety, Security and Survival, Crane Operations, and People Skills Training from the Leader - Established in 1978, Maersk Training is an independent business within Maersk Group with worldwide training facilities open to all companies.

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BIMCO EDUCATION | BALTIC AND INTERNATIONAL MARITIME COUNCIL | HQ AT BAGSVÆRD, DENMARK - BIMCO Summer Shipping School; Asia Shipping School; Elearning Diploma; Masterclass Workshops; and Seminars & Training for the Shipping Industry in Worldwide Locations. BIMCO is the largest of the international shipping associations representing ship-owners controlling around 65 percent of the world’s tonnage and with members in more than 120 countries.

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AARHUS UNIVERSITY AT AARHUS, DENMARK - Logistics and Supply Chain Management Education at Aarhus School of Business (ASB) - Founded in 1928, Aarhus University (Aarhus Universitet - AU) is one of the oldest and largest university in Denmark. Aarhus University is on the Times Higher Education ranking list, one of the worlds’s most recognized ranking lists of top universities.

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TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF DENMARK (DTU) AT KONGENS LYNGBY, DENMARK - Transportation & Logistics; and Maritime Engineering Education - The Technical University of Denmark, (DTU), is a university located in Kongens Lyngby, near Copenhagen, Denmark. DTU offers over 26 English-taught MSc programs and more than 600 other courses taught in English.

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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN DENMARK (DSU) AT ODENSE & ESBJERG, DENMARK - Global Logistics & Supply Chain Management; and Maritime Archaeology Education - The University of Southern Denmark (DSU) is a research and educational institution with strong contacts with regional industries and the international scientific community.

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VIA UNIVERSITY COLLEGE AT RISSKOV, DENMARK - Value Chain Management Education in Central Denmark - VIA University College is one of eight new regional organizations of different study sites in Denmark offering bachelor degree programs within the areas of health, social education, technology, trade, design, business and animation in all of Central Denmark Region.

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MARSTAL NAVIGATIONSSKOLE AT MARSTAL, DENMARK - Oil, Chemical, Gas and LNG Tanker Training Programs in Denmak and Worldwide Including Singapore - Since 1970s, Marstal Navigationsskole is a Danish nautical training institute and has been offering safety and operational courses for personnel working on oil, chemical, gas & LNG tankers.

Finland - Maritime, Logistics, Marine Technology

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ABOA MARE MARITIME SCHOOL AT TURKU & ESPOO, FINLAND - Master Mariner; STCW; Watchkeeping Officer & Engineering; Radio-Technical; and Cargo Management Training - Founded in 1813, Aboa Mare (formerly Sydvast Maritime) has long traditions IN Maritime Education in Turku. Today Aboa Mare trains Master Mariners and Marine Engineers at Novia University of Applied Sciences and watchkeeping officers and watchkeeping engineers at Axxell.

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AALTO UNIVERSITY AT HELSINKI, FINLAND - Logistics and Service Management and Nordic Master in Maritime Engineering Education - The Aalto University was created from the merger of three Finnish universities: The Helsinki School of Economics, Helsinki University of Technology and The University of Art and Design Helsinki.

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HELSINKI METROPOLIA UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES AT VANTAA, HELSINKI, FINLAND - International Business and Logistics Education in Finland - Metropolia is a multidisciplinary international university of applied sciences, the largest of its kind in Finland.

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NOVIA UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES AT TURKU, FINLAND - Marine Technology Education & Training in Turku - Novia University of Applied Sciences offers multidisciplinary higher education with a practical orientation, training professionals for expert and development posts. Four programs run entirely in English, Environmental Engineering in Vaasa, Sustainable Coastal Management in Raseborg, Nursing in Vaasa and Maritime Management in Turku.

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ABB MARINE ACADEMY | ABB OY MARINE | AT HELSINKI, FINLAND - ABB Marine Systems Training at Multiple Locations in Europe & Singapore for Cruise, Ferry and Oil & Gas Industries - ABB Marine Academy provides in-depth hands-on experiences with the well-equipped worldwide training centers, interactive on board training sessions, and the just-in-time competence delivery of ABB’s eMST ® learning solution.

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WÄRTSILÄ LAND AND SEA ACADEMY AT TURKU, FINLAND - Power, Engine, Navigation, Ship, Cargo, Cadet Training Programs Worldwide - Wärtsilä Land and Sea Academy (WLSA) provides various types of training (Product Training, Operator Training, Training Agreement, and Competence Management) for its customers in many locations around the world.

Norway - Maritime, Shipping, Engineering, Law

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NORWEGIAN UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (NTNU) AT TRONDHEIM, NORWAY - Maritime Engineering; Coastal & Marine Civil Engineering; Nautical Science; Ship Design; Ship Operations Education - The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) is Norway's second largest university located in Trondheim. NTNU has several campuses in Trondheim, with Gløshaugen, for engineering and sciences, and Dragvoll, for humanities and social sciences as the main two.

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BI NORWEGIAN BUSINESS SCHOOL AT OSLO, NORWAY - Shipping Management; and Shipping, Offshore & Finance Education - BI Norwegian Business School is a private, independent, specialized university institution with a total of six study locations in Norway, Bergen, Trondheim, Stavanger, Kristiansand, and Drammen.

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UNIVERSITY OF OSLO (UiO) AT OSLO, NORWAY - Marine Insurance and Risk Management; and Maritime Law Education at the Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law - Founded in 1811, the University of Oslo (UiO), is the oldest and leading institution of research and higher education in Norway. The Faculty of Law in Oslo educates about 75% of all new legal candidates in Norway, and is the work- and studyplace for about 270 employees and 4 300 students.

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AALESUND UNIVERSITY COLLEGE (AAUC) AT AALESUND, NORWAY - Maritime Product And System Design; Ship Design; Shipping & Logistics; and Maritime Education & Training - Established in 1994 by merger of three former colleges, Aalesund University College (AAUC) is a medium sized institution of higher education in Norway with more than 2000 students and located in Aalesund, theWestern part of Norway.

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VESTFOLD UNIVERSITY COLLEGE (VUC-HIVE) AT HORTEN - BORRE , NORWAY - Nautical Science, Shipping Logistics, Technical Management and Maritime Management Studies - Established in 1994 with the merger of three university colleges in Norway, Vestfold University College (HiVe) and located in the county of Vestfold in the southern part of Norway. VUC is the largest institute of higher education offering maritime studies in Norway and offers broad choice of study options.

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KONGSBERG MARITIME | HQ AT KONGSBERG NORWAY | WORLDWIDE TRAINING - Kongsberg Maritime Product Training Worldwide - Kongsberg Maritime delivers products and systems for dynamic positioning, navigation and automation to merchant vessels and offshore installations. To meet specific training requirements Kongsberg Maritime offers both standard and tailor made courses that teach the use and maintenance of Kongsberg products.

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SHIP MODELLING & SIMULATION CENTER (SMSC) AT TRONDHEIM, NORWAY - Maritime Technical & Simulator Training - Established in 1980, Ship Modelling & Simulation Center AS (SMSC), develops maritime- and offshore-related simulators for use in training and operational conceptual evaluations. SMSC offer advanced simulation-based training that closely resembles the real life experience.

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SIMSEA AT HAUGESUND NORWAY | MARITIME TRAINING - Advanced Simulator Training in Norway - Established in 2010, Simsea is a continuation of Haugesund Simulator Center and help organize various courses to increase mariners' operational skills, their ability to cooperate and to be innovative onboard.

Sweden - Maritime, Law, Logistics, Supply Chain

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WORLD MARITIME UNIVERSITY (WMU) AT MALMÖ, SWEDEN - Maritime Affairs; Maritime Administration; Maritime Law or International Commercial Law; and Maritime Education, Research & Training - WMU was founded by IMO in 1983 with the aim of providing advanced training for men and women involved in maritime administration, education and management, particularly those from developing countries.

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CHALMERS UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY AT GOTHENBURG, SWEDEN - Maritime Management and Supply Chain Management Education - Founded in 1829, Chalmers is a highly progressive university situated in Gothenburg, Sweden and known locally and globally for education, research and innovation with a wide range of applications. Shipping and marine technology department organizes a coherent research and education within a wide knowledge area at Chalmers for education of seafarers and naval architects.

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JÖNKÖPING UNIVERSITY AT JÖNKÖPING, SWEDEN - Logistics and Supply Chain Management at Jönköping International Business School (JIBS) - Jönköping University (JU) is one of three Swedish private, non-profit institutions of higher education with the right to award doctorates. JU operates on the basis of an agreement with the Swedish Government and conforms to national degree regulations and quality requirements.

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LUND UNIVERSITY AT LUND AND HELSINGBORG, SWEDEN - Service Management & Logistics and Maritime Law Education - Founded in 1666, Lund University is today one of the largest, oldest and broadest universities in Scandinavia and is consistently ranked among the world's top 100 universities. Lund University is in many respects Sweden’s most international higher education institution and has close cooperation and exchange agreements with a large number of universities around the world.

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UNIVERSITY OF BORÅS AT BORÅS, SWEDEN - Logistics Management & Engineering Education - The University of Borås is a modern university with six departments. The campus is located in the centre of the Borås city and has 15,000 students with 650 employees. Several of programs are unique and that attracts students from all over Sweden.

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UNIVERSITY OF GOTHENBURG AT GOTHENBURG, SWEDEN - Logistics and Transport Management Education - The University of Gothenburg has approximately 39,000 students and 5,000 employees. It is one of the major universities in northern Europe. It is also one of the most popular universities in Sweden – the University of Gothenburg has the highest number of applicants to many programs and courses.

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MARITIME EUROPE

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Baltic Sea: The Baltic Sea is almost completely enclosed and – except for a few areas – shallow. Following the end of the Cold War, shipping and trading have resumed in the Baltic on a large scale; passenger and goods transport is now the main economic activity.

North Sea: The North Sea is semi-enclosed and shallow, except for the northernmost part. Since the 1970s, the North Sea has been Europe's main offshore-oil-extraction site. The EU’s three biggest ports – Rotterdam, Antwerp and Hamburg – are situated on the North Sea coast. The region is also home to most of the world's maritime organizations and service providers.

Celtic Seas: The Celtic Seas include the English Channel, the Irish Sea, the Celtic Sea and the waters west of the UK and Ireland. This very windy stretch of water has long been a busy shipping area, with most merchant ships travelling east-west. The north-south routes connect the English, Irish and French coasts.

Bay of Biscay and the Iberian Coast: The Bay of Biscay and the Iberian Coast stretch from southern Brittany to the south of Spain. It is part of the route connecting the English Channel to the Mediterranean and Africa. he region is the cradle of Europe's maritime power. In the 15th and 16th centuries, it was from the Portuguese and Spanish coasts that intrepid explorers started their voyages of discovery. Now, the really major cargo ports are gone, and fuel imports account for most shipping.

Mediterranean: The EU has almost 40 000 km of Mediterranean coastline. The Sea is Europe’s border with Africa. The world’s leading tourist destination, the Mediterranean is also a major shipping channel, with almost a third of all international cargo traffic passing through it.

Black Sea: Economically speaking, the Black Sea is still the most popular tourist destination for people in nearby countries. But more significant is the large volume of traffic passing through the area – both people and goods, including gas and oil on its way from the Caspian Sea.

 

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