Shipping Economics & Management
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Course CodeCESF 509
For those of you who don't have a spare $10 million to buy your own freighter, there's a less costly alternative: chartering. And you'll learn all about it in this course, which focuses on ship chartering practice, with special reference to certain commonly encountered difficulties, charterparty types, clauses and uses, dispute resolution and more. This is the last course you'll need to earn your Certifcate in Marine Transportation and when you pass it, the world of shipping will open its doors to you. Congratulations in advance.
Your takeawaysThis course is a great way to help you:
• Learn about the charter market and the role of the charterparty;
• Familiarize yourself with voyage estimation principles;
• Gain knowledge of marine insurance and agency contracts;
• Understand concepts like freight, hire and laytime;
• Examine contracts of affreightment and other types of chartering.
Our approachThis course is taught by an industry professional who takes an integrative approach to learning that is collaborative, experiential and student-centered. Real-world examples are used to bring topics to life. Participation is one of your keys to success.
Who benefits the most?• Students who completed CESF 409 and want to continue their studies.
• Anyone who wants to start a career in shipping or chartering.
• Anyone fascinated by the commercial aspects of shipping.