Studies in Marine Engineering are divided into four levels A, B, C and D. The qualifications are cumulative as the study progresses. The study programme is a combination of practical training in metal technology, engine theory, refrigeration technique, electro technics and related theoretical courses.
The students are trained in using machinery and technical equipment in specialised workshops and engine simulators. The studies are based on a recognized curriculum and are in accordance with IMO quality standards.
Engineer officers and Chief engineer officers work on ships, in power plants and elsewhere where an extensive knowledge of machinery and technical equipment is required. After completing the School of Marine Engineering and an accredited training programme, students are qualified for positions all over the world on vessels of all sizes and types; fishing vessels, cargo ships as well as large passenger ships.
The school also offers an engineer programme towards international qualifications and matriculation, metal technology and forging.