Course code: #P3E
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The Australian Maritime College’s three-year Bachelor of Global Logistics and Maritime Management degree is designed to prepare students for management careers in the dynamic and internationally-focused maritime and logistics industries.
90 per cent of world trade is sent via the oceans, and it takes specialist skills to manage this vast industry.
Global logistics and maritime management professionals are in demand around the world in diverse industries such as shipping ports, logistics, exporting and importing, freight forwarding, manufacturing and government.
The Bachelor of Global Logistics and Maritime Management provides graduates with high-level expertise and knowledge to understand the maritime business in the global arena, the world-wide spanning logistics services and strategies, as well as the structuring, operation and coordination of supply chains.
This major delves into advanced studies in supply chain management and international trade. You’ll gain specialist knowledge across key industry issues with the skills to implement complex supply chain systems.
Graduates pursue careers across different industries and sectors such as manufacturing, transport and logistics, mining, defense, agriculture, retail, and government.
UTAS offers its students a wide range of strong links to diverse industry sectors where logistics and supply chain activities are involved, such as:
Retailing, manufacturing, agriculture, aquaculture, forestry, mining, and tourism, shipping, ports, transport and logistics, and industry associations in Tasmania and interstate.
Besides, they have been conducting logistics and supply chain research projects related to aquaculture, offshore energy and agriculture, funded by the Blue Economy CRC, the Australian Research Council, and the Department of Agriculture Water and Environment.
|Cost of living||1 person||$6,168|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$8,500|
If your goal is to study for an undergraduate or post-graduate degree at the University of Tasmania, UTAS can help you achieve this with its English for Academic purposes courses - EAP1 and EAP2.
Improve your academic English skills and meet the English entry requirement for your chosen degree with the UTAS Access-Direct Entry course.
Successful completion of this program at the relevant level satisfies the English requirement for University of Tasmania undergraduate and post-graduate studies.
You won't need an English test score to enter the University of Tasmania if you successfully complete this program.
|General English 1||10 weeks|
IELTS 4 - No band < 3.5
|General English 2|
|General English 2||10 weeks|
IELTS 4.5 - No band < 4
|General English 3|
|General English 3||10 weeks|
IELTS 5 - No band < 4.5
TOFEL 40 - writing 12
PTE 35 - No band < 32
|EAP 1||10 weeks|
IELTS 5 - No band < 5
TOFEL 40 - writing 14
PTE 38 - No band < 35
|EAP 2||10 weeks|
IELTS 5.5 - No band < 5.5
TOFEL 46 - writing 18
PTE 46 - No band < 42
UTAS undergraduate &
Admission to undergraduate courses at the University of Tasmania requires completion of qualifications equivalent to Year 12 Australia.
You can also meet the General Entry Requirement for this course with the following qualifications or prior studies:
Course Specific Requirements
Students intending to undertake the Maritime Technology Management major must have studies or experience equivalent to a satisfactory achievement in the following Tasmanian Senior Secondary subjects:
Middle School 70% overall for all graded subjects undertaken
All India Senior School Certificate 65% overall for all subjects undertaken excluding work experience, physical and health education and general studies
Indian School Certificate (ISC) 65% overall for all graded subjects undertaken
Foundation Studies Program:
Foundation Studies programs are a direct academic pathway to first-year undergraduate degree study, or equivalent.
The programs act as a bridging course for international students who wish to study a university undergraduate degree course but don’t yet meet academic requirements and/or have the English language skills for tertiary study.
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