Master's course in Maritime and Port Economics and Management (EMMP)

The Master Course in brief

The course offers an advanced preparation focused on the training of specialised professionals, who are increasingly in demand in the maritime and port sector, both in the transport of goods and people.
The course is characterised by a high degree of interdisciplinarity, based on specialised business, economic, legal and quantitative content.
Almost all of the teaching staff carry out research in the field of transport and logistics.

If you enroll in the course in Maritime and Port Economics and Management, thanks to the Agreement with the Universidad Tecnológica de Bolívar, you can participate in a double degree programme to also obtain the degree in Finanzas y Negocios Internacionales.

Teaching information

To know the contents of the course, please read the Programmazione didattica (Teaching schedule).
To know the teachings offered in this academic year, please read the Manifesto.
See also the Teaching Regulation.
Read the results of the Student Opinion Survey about teaching.

Head of program and Tutor Professors

The Head of the program is Prof Enrico Musso.
If you need advice on your course choices, you can refer to the coordinator or to the tutor teachers:

Do you know that...

  • with the mobility program Erasmus+ Studio you can study abroad and also you may obtain a bonus calculated on your Laurea vote
  • the Council of the Course of Study has set up a Consulta whose members are teachers of the Course and some representatives of the operative world
  • thanks to an agreement with the Escola Europea de Short Sea Shipping in Barcelona, if you take part in the training programmes at this school, you will be awarded 3 CFUs
  • thanks to the agreement with Grandi Navi Veloci, every year, around twenty selected students are offered the opportunity to participate in a 3-day educational trip on a GNV ship, with recognition of 3 CFUs. Three of the participating students will then be offered an extracurricular work experience on board the ship for a maximum of 2 weeks
  • if you participate in the Soft Skills lab, you can acquire soft skills, i.e., those abilities used by each of us to interact with the social and physical environment - Watch the video
  • you can find out more about the Maritime and Port Economics and Management course by visiting the UniGe course page or reading the presentation slides

Students' representatives

You can also contact the Students' Representatives

Reports

If you want to express your opinion, visit the page of Reports and Complaints

Last update 26 June 2022