Singapore citizens working in the marine and maritime industry can apply for up to 90% funding to study with MLA College.

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has announced they will continue to provide the Maritime Cluster Fund (MCF) up until 30 June 2021, which will support companies and individuals develop their industry skills.

This funding will be available for the term starting in May 2021 and will cover the following part-time distance learning programmes:

BSc / BSc (Hons) Sustainable Maritime Operations

MSc Sustainable Maritime Operations

To find out more, and to apply for one of the programmes mentioned above, email info@mla-uk.com

More information about the MCF can be found here.

We are delighted to offer an exciting new short course, Protecting the Marine Environment.  This module is a “sustainable” professional development programme that assists your next crucial step in developing an ESG strategy.

With over 11 hours of Postgraduate level lectures, introduced by World-leading expert Professor Steve Fletcher, you will explore topics including drivers of ocean change; global conventions and action plans; marine protected areas; and the sustainable blue economy.

Delivered via MLA College’s award winning app, this distance learning course allows you to explore the key topics and fundamental principles of marine environmental protection.

The course costs £875, and is available to purchase via our website.

As diamond sponsors of the 2020 Maritime UK Awards, everyone at MLA College would like to send our congratulations to all of the winners from last night's ceremony.

Special congratulations go to the Solent Local Enterprise Partnership, winners of the Future Skills award, an award we were delighted to have sponsored.

Congratulations too, to all at Maritime UK for a fantastic ceremony in extremely challenging circumstances!

As part of a continued process for us to ensure that we are improving as a college, and to ensure that we provide our students with the highest quality education we possibly can, we regularly ask our students for feedback during their studies. This feedback is vital to us; it allows us to improve where we need to improve, and gives us the chance to monitor the things we do well to help ensure they stay that way.

Our students told us that they wanted to see the data that we collect, and that they want to see what we are doing to address their feedback. We understand that statistics are not always easily accessible, and can appear extremely dry. To address this, we are committed to producing infographics that detail the data in a clear and easily manageable way, as well as producing a ‘You said, we did’ graphic that shows exactly how we are addressing the feedback. These documents will be created every six months and will allow everyone to see exactly what we are doing to ensure that we maintain our high quality standards.

The first of these documents can be found on our website, along with student testimonials.