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Copenhagen School of Marine Engineering and Technology Management

The Copenhagen School of Marine Engineering and Technology Management has educated marine engineers since 1906. There are approximately 500 students and 40 employees.

As a student at Copenhagen School of Marine Engineering and Technology Management, a high level of professionalism and many social activities will become part of your daily life. Copenhagen School of Marine Engineering and Technology Management has an adult study environment, in which the focus is on learning - and delivering. Your fellow students might have an upper secondary school leaving examination or many years of occupational experience. This ensures a dynamic balance of theory and practice in the classroom, the laboratory and project work. 

The Marine Engineering and Technology Management Programme is the school's professional bachelor's programme in technology management and marine engineering. The programme is designed to qualify the students at a management level on ships and shore-based companies. This includes being responsible for ensuring the plant and installations operate optimally in terms of safety, operating economies and the environment.

Large Sailing Ships

The large sailing ship Georg StageSchools of Maritime Education & Training

While offering exclusively Primary and Lower Secondary Education within the field of seamanship it bears mention that Denmark upholds traditional long ships for the training of young people. Are you interested in learning more about this educational approach visit Skoleskibet Danmark and Skoleskibet Georg Stage (in Danish only)