Anatomy of Shipping

Since this seminar was introduced in 1978, over 2000 participants have found the programme to be a convenient and effective way of learning about the business of shipping. With an international flavour and structured approach, there are many benefits to be gained from participation, including: sharing specialised experience of lecturers and participants, gaining knowledge of impending problems, developing leadership potential and analysing problems at an international level. In additional participants will receive a comprehensive set of lecture notes that will serve as a useful reference source long after leaving Cambridge.

The programme is offered twice annually, in the Spring and Autumn and is based around a series of lectures, group discussions and workshops.

Programme highlights

  • Shipping markets: liner, tanker, bulk, gas & cruise
  • Geo-political and economic change
  • Acquiring and financing vessels
  • Information technology & telecommunications
  • Ship management: commercial & technical
  • Commercial and international law of the sea

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The programme is residential and the fee of £7200 (£6000 plus £1200 UK Value Added Tax) covers tuition, documentation, private en-suite accommodation at the venue, all meals and a social programme. A rendezvous has been arranged at a central London hotel following which there is complimentary transport to Cambridge. At the conclusion of the course, complimentary transport back to London is also available.

Course information

8—20 April 2018
The Møller Centre, Cambridge

To download a programme giving fuller details of the Spring course,  click here.

For a Booking Form,  click here.

16-28 September 2018Cambridge — Venue to be confirmed

To download a programme giving fuller details of the Autumn course,  click here.

For a Booking Form,  click here.

Course Fee

The fully inclusive course fee of £7,200 covers tuition, documentation, accommodation in private en-suite rooms, all meals and a socialprogramme.