Maritime Masters 2018 Reception

  • Published:23rd July 2018
  • Last updated:31st October 2018
  • Address
    Clarksons Platou
    Commodity Quay, St Katharine Docks
    London
    E1W 1BF
    UK

  • Start Date
    1 Nov 2018

    End date
    1 Nov 2018

Maritime UK’s Maritime Masters programme is strengthening links between UK industry and academia. The programme promotes academic excellence amongst students and their universities, whilst providing valuable research to support the maritime sector’s work.

Students have adopted research topics proposed by industry as their Masters Dissertation thesis and will have the opportunity to present their findings to industry leaders at this high-level event on completion of their studies. Industry leaders will vote for their winning research, and that student will win a cash prize. Participating students will be able to gain work experience opportunities within industry.

The University courses chosen represent a broad overview of UK academic abilities. The courses identified will range from naval architecture to maritime economics, ship management to shipping law. The research projects, which will be tailored by University academic staff, will be related to contemporary issues concerning the UK maritime sector and its position within the global maritime environment.

Maritime UK's 2018 Annual Review will be launched during the reception. 

14.45 Tea, coffee and registration – please note your photo ID will be asked for on arrival
15.00 Welcome - Andi Case, Clarksons Platou
15.15 Maritime Research & Innovation UK - Professor Alistair Greig, University College London
15.25 Overview of the Maritime Masters programme - David Dingle
15.30 Student finalist presentations
16.25 Voting opens - interactive session, networking and questions to students from attendees
16.40 HRH The Princess Royal meets students
17.00 2018 Maritime Masters winner announced - Kerry Thompson, Associated British Ports
17.15 Prize giving ceremony
17.20 HRH The Princess Royal remarks
17.25 Looking to the future of Maritime UK and Maritime Masters 2019 – David Dingle
17.35 Networking drinks and canapes
18.45 Close

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