This 38th edition of the Master's Degree in Maritime Law and Business is taught jointly with IME and the Comillas Pontifical University.
The Master is a response to the growing global demand for legal specialization in the area of maritime law, as well as specialization in the field of shipping. This course is aimed at all companies in the sector.
The importance of transport in international trade is well known. Maritime transport, after the overland one, is the most used modality in freight transport.
The European Union has recommended the enhancement of maritime transport through Short Sea Shipping (SSS) compared to other transport modes such as the road one, due to the congestion of European motorways and the high level of pollution that produces.
Private Master's Degree in Shipping Business and Maritime Law at Comillas Pontifical University
The program is aimed at graduates in Law, Economics and Business Administration, Bachelor in Nautical and Marine Engineers who want to develop their professional future in the maritime field. It is also designed for professionals who wish to acquire practical and updated skills in this sector.
Students who complete this course will be trained to carry out optimal management in companies related to maritime transport (shipowners, lawyers and legal advisers, agents, freight forwarders, maritime insurance, export companies, shipyards, brokers, etc.).
The deadline for submitting applications begins on November, 2020.
Monday to Thursday from 17:30 to 21:30 hours
500 hours. One academic year from October 13, 2021 to June 2022.
October 13, 2021
14,280 euros. (Academic year 2020-2021)
Alumni are entitled to a 10% discount applicable to the final installment.
Once the documents have been presented to the General Secretariat of the University, we will contact the student for the entrance examinations. These tests consist of an English test, a competence test and a personal interview. The English test may be validated with a B2 degree or equivalent.
Comillas Pontifical University ICAI-ICADE
Alberto Aguilera 23, 28015 Madrid
C/Alberto Aguilera 23, 28015 Madrid
The key aim of this program is to provide students with comprehensive training in the field of sea transportation, equipping them to tackle the problems and challenges that arise in the world of maritime business.
The case method is used throughout the course as a learning tool through which real situations will be analyzed and debated between speakers and participants.
End of Course Project
After completing the teaching part of the course, students must hand in an end of course project within a period of 6 months.
After successful completion of the project, students will be awarded the Master's Degree in Shipping Business and Maritime Law from the Comillas Pontifical University.
Internships with maritime companies
During the course,students will undertake internships with companies in the maritime sector as a first point of contact with the maritime labor market and an excellent start to their professional future. The IME has a number of collaboration agreements in place with companies in all fields of the maritime sector.
Networking, study trips and visits
Throughout the course, technical sessions of interest are held in Madrid and London, having in this manner a practical vision of the different companies of the sector. In London, students will have the opportunity to meet the main companies, both legal and business, in the Shipping industry.
Students will also have the opportunity to take the Short Sea Shipping course, aboard a ship, in which multimodal transport and the motorways of the sea in Europe are studied, with the advantages and the cost savings that they suppose within the supply chain.
At the start of the course, each student will receive a portable device to use throughout the course in order to maximize productivity.
In addition, all the documents required to follow the course and to work on the proposed case studies will be available online throughout the course (conferences, policies, legislation, glossary, etc.).
Assessment will be based on participation, ability to resolve case studies, grades obtained during the course and attendance.
The Master's Degree will be awarded to all students with a minimum attendance of 85% who pass the tests taken during the course and the End of Course Project.
Remigio Abad Sánchez – Endesa
Manuel Alba Fernández – Universidad Carlos III
Eduardo Albors Méndez – Albors Galiano Portales
Eva Ali Varoucha – Albatros Marítimo
Duncan Allum – Willis Torres Watson
Soledad Álvarez Arroyo – Chartering Expert
Alfonso Aramburu Delgado – Empresa Naviera Elcano
Javier Arias-Camisón Buendía – Malcom Law
Carlos Artero Salvador – ICEX
Maider Arrieta – Albors Galiano Portales
Antonio Jesús Ávila Jordán – Cepsa
Juan Carlos Bañón Morón – Samskip
Jesús Barbadillo Eyzaguirre – Garrigues Abogados y Asesores Tributarios
Fernando Barrio Fuente – RSA
Carlos Bretos Valdepeñas – Mº de Fomento, DGMM
Juan Manuel Caballero Patón – Trasmediterránea
Alfredo Cabellos Ballenilla – Watson Farley & Williams Spain
Vicente Capell Navarro – Knutsen España
Alberto Camarero Orive – Escuela de Caminos UPM
Manuel Carlier de Lavalle – ANAVE
Carmen Caro Morillas – Catenon Group
José Manuel Castillo Moreno – Mapfre Global Risk
Carlos Castro López – Forest Partners
Carmen Codes Cid – Goñi & Co. Abogados
José Mª Chávarri Vargas – Repsol Trading
Alfredo de la Torre Prados – Ingeteam Power Technology
Silvia Domínguez Pinto – BDO Auditores
Marcos Duato Mollera – Grupo Suardiaz
Iñaki Echeverría Olivares – Höegh Autoliners
Francisco Fernández Bozano – MANGO
Ramón Ferreiro Rodríguez – Aon
Julio Fuentes Gómez – Dirección General de Marina Mercante. Ministerio de Fomento
Javier Garat Pérez – Confederación Española de Pesca
Juan Ramón García Notario – García Notario y Gil de las Heras
Carlos Gil de las Heras – García Notario y Gil de las Heras
Luis Guerrero Gómez – DBureau Veritas España y Portugal
Pablo Guevara Martínez – Merchant Captain
Javier Hernández Valenciano – Clyde & Co.
Rafael Hernández Blanco – Adumasa Logistic
Juan López-Dóriga- Bergé Shipping
Carlos López-Quiroga Tejeiro – Uría Menéndez
Julio López Quiroga – Avante Legal
Carlos López Rueda – Universidad Carlos III
Carlos Llorente Gómez de Segura – Lener Abogados
Joaquín Maceiras Saborido – SASEMAR
Ramón Madrigal Araujo – Grupo Balearia
Francisco de Manuel López – Repsol Exploración
Sebastián Mata y Galán – Iberseguros
Víctor Mata Garrido – Thomas Cooper
José Mazarrasa Loring – MSC
Alberto Menéndez Sanz – Bergé y Cía.
Andrés Molina Martín – Phd Naval Engineer
Francisco Joaquín Montero Llacer – Ship Master. Phd in Marine Sciences
José Luis Montes Giménez – Qazur
Javier Moret Sánchez – RWE Supply & Trading
Manuel Moreu Munaiz – Seaplace
Manuel Nofuentes Caballero – Grupo Villar Mir
Javier Otegui Apraiz – Ship Master
Alfredo Pardo de Santayana – Instituto Marítimo Español
Carlos Pardo de Santayana – Arco Fusiones y Adquisiciones
José Poblet – COTENAVAL
Javier Portales Rodríguez – Albors Galiano Portales
Valentín Revuelta Allende – Pérez y Cía.
Cristina del Río Díaz de Espada – RSA
Manuel del Río Fernández – FEM Shipbrokers
Bernardo Ruiz Lima – Thomas Cooper
Fernando Ruiz-Gálvez Portanet – Ruiz Gálvez Abogados
Felix Ruiz-Gálvez Villaverde – Ruiz Gálvez Abogados
Fernando Ruiz-Gálvez Villaverde – Ruiz Gálvez Abogados
Diego Ruiz-Morales Eraso – Empresa Naviera Elcano
Carlos Sanlorenzo – ANEN
Daniel Santos Orden – Altum Ingeniería y Servicios
Carmen Sarandeses Fernández-Santa Eulalia – Ribé Salat Broker
Elena Seco García-Valdecasas – ANAVE
Francisco Soriano Sanz – Ship Master
Yago Suárez-Llanos – Naviera Sicar
Julio Trenas Fernández – Naval Architect
Alfonso Turégano Fuentes – Repsol Trading
Jorge Uría García – Vetting CEPSA
Ángel Vallejo Chamorro – Maio Abogados
Carlos Vázquez García-Machichena – Michael Else & Co.
Roberto Veguillas Pérez – Iberdrola
Esther Zarza Álvarez – Asesores Marítimos Reunidos
Shipping industry increasingly demands highly qualified professionals to face the challenges of maritime companies, with higher levels of exigency. For this reason, we train professionals that adapt to the profiles demanded by companies in the sector.
The course offers students the possibility of internships in companies, throughout the course and at the end, with a duration of 3 to 6 months. The students conduct interviews in the companies where they will develop the practices and thus know if the profile and learning needs of the student are appropriate to the company.
We also offer students our "Job Channel" specific to the shipping business, so that students can integrate into the market and alumni can also improve their professional development.
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