Would you like to make tough decisions on the speed, costs, flexibility and safety of moving goods around the globe? Shipping experts are in great demand. This three year degree in maritime business with logistics will help prepare you for work in a global industry which is challenging, exciting and dynamic. While technological innovation is used to establish operational advantage, this is a people industry and the success of a company depends upon the skills and knowledge of those employed. The University has a tradition of maritime education stretching back to the mid-nineteenth century. You’ll study a maritime subject in a city with a famous maritime history. This course is accredited by the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers, and the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport * Focus on commercial, economic, operational and legal subjects, required for a full appreciation of the activities of international shipping and its related industries. * Benefit from teaching by academic staff with relevant industrial and academic backgrounds including sea and shore-based experience. * Join our active alumni association, the Plymouth Nautical Degree Association (PYNDA), where you’ll meet other students and graduates in the maritime field and make useful contacts. * Distinguish yourself professionally with a degree accredited by the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers, and the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport. * Increase your employability with an optional one year industrial placement. * Study a maritime subject in a city with a famous maritime history. The University has a tradition of maritime education stretching back to the mid-nineteenth century. * Immerse yourself in the industry with field trips to regulatory organisations, shipbrokers and ports. * Take advantage of our programme of visiting speakers, and gain insider knowledge and important networking contacts. * 91 per cent of students agreed staff were good at explaining things; 89 per cent were satisfied overall and 89 per cent were in work/study six months after finishing. (source: 2016 NSS and 2016 DLHE survey results available on Unistats*).