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University Description

Country
China  
Name
Shanghai Maritime University  
General Information

1.1 Education Philosophy:

 

1.2 Education Goals:

 

1.3 Brief History:

History of SMU

 

1909:  Shanghai Industrial College, with the Shipping Section

1911:  The Merchant Marine College under the Ministry of Post and Transport, with the Navigation Section

1912:  Wosong Merchant Marine School, with the Navigation Section

1929:  Wosong Merchant Marine College under the Ministry of Transport, with the Navigation Section

1930:  Wosong Merchant Marine College, with the Marine Engineering Section added.

1939:  Chongqing National Merchant Marine College, with the Ship Building Section added to the previous two.

1943:  The above college was incorporated into Chongqing National University of Transport, keeping the Sections of Navigation and Marine Engineering, and changing the Ship Building Section to the Ship-Building Engineering Department.

1946:  Wosong National Merchant Marine College, with the Sections of Navigation and Marine Engineering.

1948:  Added to that college was the Telecommunications Section, offering short-term advanced training.

1950:  With the merging of the above college and the Shipping Management Department of Jiaotong University, the Shanghai Nautical College emerged, offering the marine navigation speciality in the Navigation Department, the marine engineering speciality in the Marine Engineering Department, and the radio communication speciality at the associate-baccalaureate level.

1951:  Added to the Shanghai Nautical College was the Harbor Engineering Department, offering the specialities of waterway transportation and port management.

1953:  The merging of the Shanghai Nautical College and the Northeast Navigation College.

1958:  The decision of the Ministry of Communications to restore maritime education in Shanghai and establish Shanghai Maritime University.

1959:  The founding of Shanghai Maritime University.

2008:  The Lingang new campus inaugurated.

                                                  

 
Structure of Institution
 
Ships

Name: YU FENG

IMO: 8822038

MMSI: 412049010

Call Sign: BPQX

Flag: China (CN)

Gross Tonnage: 9305

Dead Weight Tonnage: 10134

Length x Breadth: 139.8m x 20.8m

Built: 1992

 

 

 

 

Name: YU MING

IMO: 9613886

MMSI: 414726000

Call Sign: BPHA

Flag: China (CN)

Gross Tonnage: 31000

Dead Weight Tonnage: 45800

Length x Breadth: 189.9m x 32m

Built: 2012

YU MING

 

 

 

 
Structure of Program

9.1 Structure of Navigation program

 Length of Program: 4 Years              

Category: Science of Traffic &Transport

 Aim:

     To provide advanced navigational intellectuals who can meet the national and international requirements for high-level seafarers.

 Learning outcomes:

     Students should study the basic theories and knowledge of ship handling, anti-collision, stowage of goods as well as maintenance and management of ship, and receive basic training of nautical skill, usage of navigation-aids, GMDSS, etc.

      After successfully finished all the courses, students should be able to:
1.have the basic knowledge regarding social science, environment protection and professional ethic
2.master the fundamental scientific theories and knowledge of navigation.
3.process the systematic professional knowledge such as international regulations, shipping management.
4.obtain a good practical ability and necessary navigation skills.
5.have a good command of English, pass the exam of CET-4 (College English Test )
6.have a strong ability in computer application, information acquisition and treating.
7.know the latest technologies and trends of shipping industry.
8.have the strong adaptability on working environment, not only working as a deck officer but also some other shipping related works for instance the ship surveyor.

 Discipline and major courses:

     Belong to the discipline of Transport Engineering.

     Main courses: Navigation, Watch-keeping and Collision Avoidance at Sea, Ship Structures and Equipments, Transportation of Goods at Sea, Nautical Meteorology, Ship Management, Navigational Aids, Marine Radio Communication, Business of Transportation at Sea, Maritime Law, and so on.

 Practices:

     Navigation Training, Route Planning, Integrated Sailing Training, Seamanship, Chart Work, Vessel Positioning, Compass Error Observation, Storage and Secure Of Goods, the Usage of Navigation-Aids, Radar Plotting and ARPA, etc.

 Degree: Bachelor of Engineering

 

 

9.2 Structure of Marine Engineering program

Length of Program: 4 Years                       

Category: Science of Traffic &Transport
 Aim:
       To provide advanced marine mechanical and electric engineers who can meet the national and international requirements for high-level seafarers.
 Learning outcomes:
      Students should study the basic theories of mechanical engineering and electric engineering including mechanical design, electric design, maintenance, repair and control of the ship’s power plant. In terms of practical training, various marine engineering related training such as marine engineering test, mechanical machining training, and electric techniques training are also provided.
      After successfully finished all the courses, students should be able to:
1. have the basic knowledge regarding social science, environment protection and professional ethic
2. master the fundamental scientific theories and knowledge of marine engineering
3. process the systematic professional knowledge such as international regulations, marine safety management.
4. obtain a good practical ability and necessary skills on marine engineering management.
5. have a good command of English, pass the exam of CET-4 (College English Test )
6. have a strong ability in computer application, information acquisition and treating.
7. know the latest technologies and trends of shipping industry.
8. have the strong adaptability to working environment, not only working as a marine engineer but also some other shipping related works for instance the ship surveyor.
     Discipline and major courses:
     Belong to the discipline of Transport Engineering.
     Major courses: Engineering Thermodynamics, Heat transfer, Fluid Dynamics, Mechanical Engineering, Basic Mechanical Design, Marine Engineering Materials, Electronic Circuits and Technology, Promoting the ship's main power plant, Management of Marine power plant, Marine Electrical Systems, Engine Maintenance and Repair, Ship Management, Auxiliary machineries, Marine Automation, and etc.
     Practices:
     Navigation Training, Metal Technology Training, Electrical Technology Training, Marine engine Operation and Disassemble Experiments, Engine Simulator training, Engine room automation experiments

Degree: Bachelor of Engineering

 
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