Springdale India
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+91 9892725375

kunal.anshuman@springdaleindia.com

529, Mastermind 4, Royal Palms, Aarey Colony, Goregaon E, Mumbai – 400 065. India.

Seafarers with Panama CoC can now do 2/E and Masters CoC from New Zealand. Indian Navy sea-time now accepted for doing CoC courses in New Zealand. DNS and HND-UK deck cadets from India having 12 months of sea-time on vessels > 500 GRT and having completed an approved TRB can do their 2nd Mates CoC from NMIT, Nelson, New Zealand. Electrical Officers with 36 months sea-time and having completed the ISF TRB can do the Class 4 CoC from New Zealand. Seafarers doing their New Zealand Chief Mates or 2/E CoC are now being offered 12 months post study work visa to work in New Zealand after studies which opens up pathway for residency if they get a skilled job in New Zealand. Deck Officers doing the combined BSc and Chief Mates course from Southampton Solent University, UK will now get 2 years post study work visa (total visa of 41 months) to stay back and work in the UK which opens up options for residency if you get a skilled job in the UK.

MSc International Shipping & Logistics

MSc International Shipping & Logistics,

Solent University, Southampton.

Course duration:

  • 1 year

Course start date:

  • September 2021

Tuition Fees:

  • £ 14,200

Eligibility requirements:

  • Masters or Chief Engineer CoC.
  • Ship Engineers without C/E CoC but engineering qualifications like BE Mechanical and BE Marine.
  • Chief Mates CoC with Chief Mates in-rank experience are also encouraged to apply. Decision on admission will be taken on an individual case basis for such applicants by the course in-charge.
  • Students with prior academic / work-experience in business and logistics.

English requirements:

  • IELTS Academic score of 6 overall with no sectional score below 5.5
  • Duolingo English test – 100 overall with no sectional score below 90.
  • Or equivalent.

Admission Procedure:

Please whatsapp (+91-9892725375) or E-mail (kunal.anshuman@springdaleindia.com) the following scanned documents as clear independent PDF files. You can download the CAMSCANNER app on your mobile to make PDF copies of your documents.

  • Passport front page and address page.
  • CDC front page and sea-time pages after your first CoC
  • Highest CoC – all relevant pages
  • Statement of Purpose (SoP) – approximately 3 pages.
  • Class X, XII, graduation, etc., passing certificates.
  • Two reference letters (academic / professional).
  • IELTS or other equivalent English test result.

The reference letters (academic / professional) and IELTS can be submitted later also to the University once you have received the conditional offer letter. It takes about 3 weeks for the University to process your application and give a decision on your admission once all documents have been submitted.

Core modules:

  • Maritime Management: This module blends the complementary subjects of Strategic Management and Economics in the context of maritime and logistics organisations and the wider market environment.
  • International Maritime Law: This module provides the opportunity for the student to critically evaluate the development, aims and applications of International Maritime Law.
  • Maritime Operations and Transport: This module is aimed at delivering a highly intensive programme of study that will review specific requirements for these different vessels and the factors that influence the trade routes and drive the markets.
  • Economics of International Trade and Shipping: This module holds the key to international maritime management studies; as economics is the pivot on which global trade and shipping revolves.
  • Research Methods and Proposal: The module provides the opportunity to develop and carry out research applied to an area relevant to the programme of study and in an area of personal interest to the student and which is also relevant to a student’s future career.
  • Supply Chain Management: This module focuses on the global supply chain and logistics networks and the shipping industry’s role within it.
  • Operational Risk Management: This module aims at providing students with a practical understanding of the objectives and principles of risk assessment, and guide them through the process of risk management.

Project

Maritime professionals need to be skilled in identifying and analysing problems to lead changes in policy or practices. You’ll develop these skills by identifying, planning and implementing research in your chosen area, and analysing and communicating the findings.

Future Job Prospects:

Graduates have pursued a variety of careers in organisations such as:

 

  • BP
  • The Baltic Exchange
  • DHL
  • Grimaldi Group
  • IKEA
  • Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers
  • Rio Tinto
  • Royal Caribbean International
  • Transport Malta.

You can Google: maritime and logistics jobs in the UK to get a fair idea of the jobs available in the UK. This will give you an idea of the skillset which employers are looking for and the kind of salaries that one can expect.

Visa Procedure:

We will assist you with the visa procedure. The funds that you need to show for the visa will be the following:

 

  • Tuition Fees of £ 14,300 less any advance deposit paid to the University.
  • Living expenses of £9,207 for the student applicant.
  • An additional £ 6,120 per dependent (wife / child) accompanying you.

Any money you use for living expenses and fees needs to be in your account for a full 28 days. The most recent balance on the statement must be within one month of submitting your application. Source of funds is not questioned. You can show funds as cash in account, fixed deposits, educational loan sanction letter or a mix of the above. Not all banks are accepted by the UKVI office. We will guide you regarding the banks in which you can maintain the funds as the list keeps getting continuously updated.

The visa processing time is normally about 3 weeks. The length of the visa will be 16 months.

Students will be required to pay £470 per year as health insurance charges for the duration the visa will be granted. Family members applying for a dependant visa will also be required to pay the surcharge. For a 16 month’s visa, this works out to £626 per applicant. This payment has to be done online at the time of your visa application.

The student visa fee is £348, paid as an equivalent in your local or alternative currency.  Some Visa Application Centres (VACs) charge an additional ‘User pays fee’ of £55 and this is to allow smaller VACs to remain open.  If you do not wish to pay this additional fee then you will need to attend a different VAC. Each dependent accompanying the student applicant also has to pay the student visa fees. The student visa fees is paid online at the time of your visa application.

Post Study Work Visa:

  • Successful applicants will be able to stay in the UK and work, or look for work, at any skill level for two years.
  • Your spouse will also be allowed to take up full time employment during your studies as well as during the 2 years of post-study work visa.
  • You will be able to apply for the Skilled Worker route from within the UK, once you have found a suitable job.

Skilled Worker Route (earlier Tier 2 General Visa):

The UK Skilled Worker Visa immigration route offers excellent opportunities for persons to live and work in the UK. After five years on the UK Skilled Worker Visa you can qualify to apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) what is commonly known as permanent residency.

You can move from your post study work visa to Skilled Worker Route (earlier called a Tier 2 visa) once you have a job in the UK and meet the 70 point condition. Your spouse can continue to work full time when you move from a post study work visa to Skilled Worker Route.

  • Offer of job by approved sponsor – 20 points.
  • Job at appropriate skilled level – 20 points.
  • Speaks English at required level – 10 points.
  • Salary threshold of £25,600 – 20 points.
You can read further details on the UK government weblink:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/uk-points-based-immigration-system-employer-information/the-uks-points-based-immigration-system-an-introduction-for-employers

If you wish to apply for the above course, please do revert back.

Contact Us:

Kunal Anshuman,
Springdale India
Tel: +91 – 98927 25375
Email: kunal.anshuman@springdaleindia.com
Visit: www.springdaleindia.com
Address: Office No. 529, Mastermind 4, Royal Palms, Aarey Colony, Goregaon E, Mumbai – 400 065

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Kunal Anshuman,

Springdale India
Tel : +91 - 98927 25375
Email kunal.anshuman@springdaleindia.com
Visit:
www.springdaleindia.com
Address :
Office No. 529, Mastermind 4, Royal Palms, Aarey Colony, Goregaon E, Mumbai – 400 065

Note: To reach our office, take autorickshaw from Goregaon (E) station. It will cost you about 70 Rs/- and the distance is 3.0 kms from station. It should take you about 20 minutes to reach our office in normal traffic conditions from the station. Alternatively, take Bus No. 452 from Goregaon (E) station and get down at the last bus stop i.e. Mayur Nagar. The office is about 10 minutes walk from the Mayur Nagar bus stop. If you are coming from Powai direction, it will take you about 30 minutes to reach our office by auto rickshaw and the fare will be about 150 Rs approximately.