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Masters Scholarship

SAFETY4SEA offers one Full Scholarship for the MSc in Shipping Management at ALBA Graduate Business School at The American College of Greece


SAFETY4SEA in collaboration with ALBA Graduate Business School at The American College of Greece, offers one full scholarship (100% of the tuition fees coverage) for the MSc in Shipping Management for the academic year 2016-2017.

About the Program

The MSc in Shipping Management is designed to develop recent graduates and young professionals equipped with the skills, knowledge and expertise required for a successful career in the demanding and highly competitive world of Shipping. This specialized program provides students with a holistic and in depth knowledge of the most important issues in modern commercial shipping

Visit ALBA Web page on the Programhere

Eligibility Criteria

  • Bachelor Degree Obtained in Greece or Merchant Marine Academy Degree
  • Up to 30 years old
  • All candidates will have to go through the standard ALBA application and evaluation process.

You may find the selection criteria of the MSc program here

The Scholarship is not available to candidates already enrolled at ALBA Graduate Business School at The American College of Greece, those who have secured, pre-approved scholarships or financial aid from either ALBA or SAFETY4SEA.

Applications

Applicants may apply directly to ALBA athttps://applications.alba.edu.gr.

Important Note

All applicants interested in this scholarship should state clearly in the application form that they apply forSAFETY4SEA Scholarship

Note that shortlist of the accepted applicants will be provided by ALBA based on a ranking of candidates and final selection will be done by SAFETY4SEA after interview with all shortlisted candidates

Applications Deadline : 15 May 2016


More Information

You may contact the following persons in order to get more information on the program :

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