Coastal Seafaring studies will give you the knowledge and skills to work on commercial vessels along the coastline and in some of Australia's most beautiful and dynamic environments.


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Your career choice could find you working on some of the world's biggest and best ships, travelling the world as a deck or engineering officer in the merchant navy or as part of the massive cruise ship industry.

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With a maritime and logistics management degree from AMC, you'll become a decision maker and problem solver in a $200 billion-a-year industry that makes a difference to our daily lives every single day.

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Your degree could see you protecting the natural wonders of our oceans, pioneering new ways to cultivate fish or ensuring the sustainability of the world's essential fishing industries.

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Use algebra, trigonometry and probability to design cruise liners, ports, remote operated vehicles, oil platforms and super yachts, or help harness our natural resources for alternative energy. With a maritime engineering degree, the global opportunities are endless.

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Find out more about studying at AMC, tour our world-class facilities, chat to staff and current students and view hands-on demonstrations, among other great activities as a part of our AMC Open Day in August 2015.
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Nov 20 2014

Marine pilots on course for professional development

The Australian Maritime College hosted members of the peak industry body for marine pilotage in Australasia for their annual spring workshop on 20 - 21 November.

Nov 17 2014

Cadet to help bridge cultural divide

AMC is pleased to announce the appointment of Stanley Ansey as the first Indigenous maritime training cadet.

Nov 14 2014

$24 million a key to unlocking gateway to the Antarctic

A $24 million Federal grant announcement for the Antarctic Gateway Partnership today has paved the way for profound impacts intellectually and economically for the future of Tasmania.

Nov 11 2014

University kudos for honorary role

A widely-respected researcher in the field of maritime surface platform systems has been recognised for his outstanding work enhancing the reputation of the Australian Maritime College and the University of Tasmania.

Nov 6 2014

Research paper makes waves at international conference

Research comparing the effects of different types of waves on ocean energy converters has been recognised at a key international conference.