Maritime Journalism

Maritime Journalism

Certificate in Maritime Journalism

The Certificate in Maritime Journalism course is not any ordinary programme. Not only is it perhaps one of the world’s pioneering programmes in journalism, it is specialised and geared to helping those thirsting to break into the very lucrative maritime and shipping economies of the world, which is always in need of maritime professionals! And it is always a given that those with specialised knowledge are the ones who will command the highest wages in the world. The subjects covered in the course meets the needs of the industry and will thus grant every student the keenest advantage towards securing employment in an industry that is perpetually lucrative, where the promises of advancement is boundless and which importantly, is constantly in demand of people. And the course is also about equipping every existing and prospective student what they need to understand of the very dynamic, fluid and the continually changing dynamics in the maritime industry. The course is almost certain to be a winner, more so because you want to win. The maritime industry is the world’s largest and most profitable without which world trade and everything we treasure, halts! And because of the universal reach of the maritime world, you can always be assured and indeed promised of a job which the Certificate in Maritime Journalism is all about. The programme gives you the knowledge and guidance to completely allay all fears of a career because you will always have one, when you sign up the Certificate in Maritime Journalism programme.

Course Structure

  • Shipbuilding
  • Ship Management
  • Ship Finance
  • Ship Repair
  • Ports
  • Seafarers
  • Offshore Industry
  • LNG

Course Structure Brief

Shipbuilding discusses the principles of shipbuilding, how it relates to world trade and the technologies and the building of various ship types.

Ship Management reveals insights into ship management operations, the daily challenges in time-chartering and ship financing.

Ship Finance explores the respective elements and technical terms of a critical component of the maritime industry.

Ship Repair studies the methods involved in ship repair work, ship breaking and the environmental impact.

Ports addresses theessential trade facilitators and their importance in a nation's economy.

Seafarers brings insight into these unseen levers who ply global trade. Their training and relevant qualifications are studied.

Offshore Industry addresses the drive behind Singapore's maritime sector. A basic understanding of what the industry is, what it portents and what is offshore engineering.

LNG or Liquefied Natural Gas is the next wave of the future and has been poised to replace bunker fuel. The principles of gas discovery, its transportation and the challenges encountered in exploring for the mineral are covered here.

Course Duration

8 weeks

Course Fees

Fees for the Maritime Journalism Certificate are at SGD1,100 done in class and SGD900 if done online.