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Port and Maritime Business Management and Maritime Law

Career opportunities

Companies are interested in this Master’s degree

A wide variety of companies require experts in maritime transport:

  • Export departments focusing on international trade, multi-modal transport companies
  • Handling companies in ports, transit
  • Law firms, shipping agents, sea transport agencies in the liner industry
  • Chartering departments in shipping companies
  • Advisors to port authorities, legal international maritime traffic

You can also perform the following tasks:

  • Assess, if necessary, the legal aspects of Sea Transport of Merchandise contracts (Chartering).
  • Close ship contracts
  • Prepare settlements in cases of sea casualties and incidents in insurance companies.
  • Organise and coordinate different means of transport
  • Settle ships’ accounts for ports of call.
  • Logistics control in the port and shipping industry
  • Advise on international merchandise trade, through appropriate use of Incoterms
  • Foster the internationalisation of firms operating in global trade.
  • Use the proper means and documents from the field of international trade
  • Work in Port and Maritime Administration.
  • Work in national trade offices abroad.

A useful Master’s degree

Second only to land transport, maritime transport is widely used in the transfer of goods. Legal services are essential from the first moment any type of negotiation is undertaken.

Specialists must know legislation on all the fields related to Maritime Law. The Master’s degree offered by Deusto, jointly with the Basque Government, looks to meet any demand or need arising in this industry where businesses are increasingly globalised.

 

Career opportunities

Companies are interested in this Master’s degree

A wide variety of companies require experts in maritime transport:

  • Export departments focusing on international trade, multi-modal transport companies
  • Handling companies in ports, transit
  • Law firms, shipping agents, sea transport agencies in the liner industry
  • Chartering departments in shipping companies
  • Advisors to port authorities, legal international maritime traffic

You can also perform the following tasks:

  • Assess, if necessary, the legal aspects of Sea Transport of Merchandise contracts (Chartering).
  • Close ship contracts
  • Prepare settlements in cases of sea casualties and incidents in insurance companies.
  • Organise and coordinate different means of transport
  • Settle ships’ accounts for ports of call.
  • Logistics control in the port and shipping industry
  • Advise on international merchandise trade, through appropriate use of Incoterms
  • Foster the internationalisation of firms operating in global trade.
  • Use the proper means and documents from the field of international trade
  • Work in Port and Maritime Administration.
  • Work in national trade offices abroad.

A useful Master’s degree

Second only to land transport, maritime transport is widely used in the transfer of goods. Legal services are essential from the first moment any type of negotiation is undertaken.

Specialists must know legislation on all the fields related to Maritime Law. The Master’s degree offered by Deusto, jointly with the Basque Government, looks to meet any demand or need arising in this industry where businesses are increasingly globalised.