Our aim is to make each student an efficient and competent professional in his or her chosen career. Moreover, we help you become an asset to society and a worthy human being.
The faculty and staff of this unique Campus are committed to enhance your academic and professional standing and open the doors to a wide range of lucrative career options.
We are proud of our success in being a demand oriented education and training provider, facilitating employment opportunities to all our Maritime Students and to over 90% of those who graduate with us in other disciplines. After 20 years, our annual student intake, who follow more than 185 educational programmes, is over 19000.
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The aim of this course is to ensure graduates have a thorough engineering education combined with specialist Mechanical Engineering knowledge recognized in the professional engineering community by an accredited degree.
The aim of this course is to ensure graduates have a thorough engineering education combined with specialist Automotive Systems knowledge recognised in the professional engineering community through an accredited degree.
This provides the essential knowledge, skills and principles to work effectively in the sector and meets the requirements and aspirations of engineers in electronics and communications.
The Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree in International Transportation Management and Logistics facilitated by CINEC and offered by Dalian Maritime University (DMU) is aimed at developing high calibre management graduates in Logistics and Transportation Management.
The course is comprised of two components: a college component and a sea service component. The college time allows students to gain a theoretical understanding of the key competencies whilst the sea time allows students to obtain "on the job" training.