Singapore citizens can take advantage of up to 70% funding to study a Sustainable Maritime Operations degree thanks to the MPA Singapore’s Maritime Cluster Fund (MCF)Training Grant.

Valid for the year 2022, the funding is open to applications from new students, existing students and those that have graduated less than a year ago.

The information below will tell you everything you need to know, from finding out if you are eligible to how to apply and which degrees are certifiable through this scheme.

MLA College is delighted to announce they will be one of the Bronze Sponsors for the UK Chamber of Shipping’s 2022 Annual Dinner.

The UK Chamber Annual Dinner is being held on 07 February 2022 at the JW Marriott Grosvenor House Hotel in central London.


A new tool (EXCEL implementation) for computing seawater properties (Practical Salinity, Absolute Salinity, Potential Temperature, Conservative Temperature, Density, Sound Speed) according to the current oceanographic standards (TEOS-10), has just been published by Carlos Martins, Senior Academician at MLA College.

This month's edition of the Nautilus Telegraph (April 2021) features a fantastic article by Dr Basak Akdemir (CEO, MLA College).

Focussing on the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the delivery of education, the article offers insight into the way MLA College delivers higher education programmes, and includes a look at how MLA College links to BAU Global and the University of Plymouth.  You can read the full article online.

For more information regarding our higher education programmes, please contact us.