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Coastal Seafaring studies will give you the knowledge and skills to work on commercial vessels along the coastline and in some of Australia's most beautiful and dynamic environments.

 

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Your career choice could find you working on some of the world's biggest and best ships, travelling the world as a deck or engineering officer in the merchant navy or as part of the massive cruise ship industry.

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With a maritime and logistics management degree from AMC, you'll become a decision maker and problem solver in a $200 billion-a-year industry that makes a difference to our daily lives every single day.
 

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Your degree could see you protecting the natural wonders of our oceans, pioneering new ways to cultivate fish or ensuring the sustainability of the world's essential fishing industries.

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Use algebra, trigonometry and probability to design cruise liners, ports, remote operated vehicles, oil platforms and super yachts, or help harness our natural resources for alternative energy. With a maritime engineering degree, the global opportunities are endless.

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Find out more about studying at AMC, tour our world-class facilities, chat to staff and current students and view hands-on demonstrations, among other great activities as a part of our AMC Open Day on Sunday 31 August 2014.
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Mar 7 2014

Torres Strait training voyage sets sail for second time

AMC has completed another successful maritime training voyage in the Torres Strait islands with 14 students achieving Coxswain and Marine Engine Driver qualifications.


Feb 14 2014

Funds secured for lean systems training

Workers across the Cradle Coast region will have access to 115 new training places in a Competitive Systems and Practices program, also known as lean systems, starting in March.
 


Dec 20 2013

Training centre set to transform Australia’s naval industry

The Australian Maritime College at the University of Tasmania has secured $3.8 million in funding to establish a new training centre to transform the nation’s naval manufacturing industry.


Dec 19 2013

Graduation a family first

Jyoti Bhandari was just two years old when his family was forced to flee their home in Bhutan. They spent the next 18 years in a refugee camp in Nepal before being granted humanitarian visas and moving to Launceston, Tasmania in 2009.


Dec 19 2013

Sizing up the effect of climate change on fish

When Philip Sweetman and his family moved to Tasmania for a tree change in 2007 he did not imagine it would lead to a major career change a few years later.