At Plymouth, you are much more than just your exam results, which is why we treat every application individually.
You will be able to apply through Clearing if you:
- haven’t met the conditions of your offers
- haven’t made a UCAS application this year
- haven’t received any offers (or none that you wanted to accept).
Contact us today to discuss your options and secure your place on one of our courses with vacancies this September.
Navigation and maritime science is an exciting degree designed for students who wish to pursue a career as an Officer of the Watch, shore based maritime career, or develop a career in professional yachting.
This course offers a pathway to the
professional ‘Officer of the watch’ qualification and the opportunity to
explore the business, legal issues and mission critical tasks required for many
shore and sea based navigation and maritime roles. In the 3rd year, students can undertake a placement with a relevant shoreside industry or if
they are sponsored go to sea. In the final year, a project allows students to
explore specific areas of interest in greater depth and helps to increase
employability in their chosen fields.
This course provides the opportunity to work towards a professional ‘Officer of the watch’ qualification as well as laying strong foundations for a successful career in the maritime sector. The course prepares those students who are sponsored to experience life at sea for a year as trainee officers, to gain practical experience from a seagoing placement.
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James Hawkins, BSc (Hons) Computer Science graduate.
Athena Swan Bronze
The School of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics was awarded an Athena Swan Bronze award in October 2020 which demonstrates our ongoing commitment to advancing gender equality and success for all.