From left ro right: Bart Witdouck (Belgium), Frank Vande Weghe (Belgium), Freddy Aerts (Belgium), Harry De Batist (Belgium), Lamin Sanneh (Gambia), Nguyen Thi Thanh Hang (Vietnam), Joakim Boman (Finland), Badou Secka (Gambia), Shawn Tureman (U.S.A.), Jean Michel Aguila (Chile), Filip De Keersmaecker (Belgium), Blas Iturrieta (Chile), Chokri Zroud (Tunesia), Felipe Barison (Chile), Didier Leyder (Belgium)
Shawn Tureman, U.S.A.
'With a world class staff, lectures by industry leaders, and a positive learning environment with one of the world's premier ports in your backyard - how can you go wrong!'
Blas Felix Iturrieta Leon, Chile
As far as I am concerned, the Master's programme is a successful formula. The lectures came up to my expectations since they are combined with a wide range of side activities. Excursions and workshops make sure that theory and practice merge. Since the programme has undoubtedly deepened my knowledge on maritime transport (administrative matters related to this sector included), the MTMM programme will be an important tool for my future career.'
Freddy Aerts, Belgium
'The programme gives a wide view about all the aspects one is confronted with when doing maritime and transport business. The international character of the programme gave a lot of added value. I think that this degree is especially useful when one aims for a management function. Through this programme you gain a clear insight into the maritime business. In short, it is an asset for every professional.'
Nguyen Thi Thanh Hang, Vietnam
'The particularly interesting thing in this programme was the combination of transport, maritime transport and economic management (also international) issues. It's very useful for us, the people from the fast-growing economic regions (e.g. Asia) in the world, and in most cases we need the modules that are being offered in this programme.'
Badou O. Secka, The Gambia
The MTMM programme certainly came up to my expectations, because it covers a wide range of topics that are of interest in the transport world in general and maritime transport in particular. The programme is universal and resourceful. ITMMA offers professionals to face the emerging trends in the transport world. The programme prepares you to deal with the hottest topics presently being debated around the world, e.g. globalization and alliances.'