Where is the cheapest and good education in ShipBuilding?


#1

Hi all!

Sorry for bad English, it’s not my own language.
if this topic should locates in Maritime Training and Licensing forum, please move it. Thank!

Please write, in a what country or a college(or institute, academy, univercity) is the cheapest (and good) education in ShipBuilding or Naval Ships Architecture?
I found several offers in the USA & singapore, its starts from $10000 and upper.
And, for example, in Malaysia I found same speciality offer for $2600.

My primary target, function is study how to construct ocean platforms as oil-platforms, ocean cities and islands.
It will be my second bachelor degree. I have a dream - construct big ships and for realise it I need study in ShipBuilding.

Thank you very much!


#2

The Webb Institute
http://www.webb.edu/


#3

#4

[QUOTE=captjamied;161656]http://landingschool.edu/[/QUOTE]

The OP was looking for a good education in [B]Shipbuilding[/B]. I don’t believe an associate degree in yacht design will do considering he is looking to construct big ships. Can’t do much better than Webb Institute in the US though there are other schools around.


#5

[QUOTE=Chief Seadog;161667]The OP was looking for a good education in [B]Shipbuilding[/B]. I don’t believe an associate degree in yacht design will do considering he is looking to construct big ships. Can’t do much better than Webb Institute in the US though there are other schools around.[/QUOTE]

The University of Michigan also has a very good Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering program, just as the Webb institute has, and there are quite a few international students there, however, tuition is not cheap.

If you are interested in shipbuilding, I would recommend to read the following books:
Ship Knowledge http://www.dokmar.com/ship-knowledge.html
Journal of Ship Production http://www.sname.org/sname/publications/journalofshipproduction/
Ship Production 1995 http://www.sname.org/pubs/books
Ship Design and Construction 2003 http://www.sname.org/pubs/books


#6

[QUOTE=Kamil Zamaliyev;160781]Hi all!

Sorry for bad English, it’s not my own language.
if this topic should locates in Maritime Training and Licensing forum, please move it. Thank!

Please write, in a what country or a college(or institute, academy, univercity) is the cheapest (and good) education in ShipBuilding or Naval Ships Architecture?
I found several offers in the USA & singapore, its starts from $10000 and upper.
And, for example, in Malaysia I found same speciality offer for $2600.

My primary target, function is study how to construct ocean platforms as oil-platforms, ocean cities and islands.
It will be my second bachelor degree. I have a dream - construct big ships and for realise it I need study in ShipBuilding.

Thank you very much![/QUOTE]

If learning to build ships and get a license SUNY Maritime would be an ideal choice. You have the opportunity to major in Naval architecture while getting either a deck or engine license. Hope this helped!


#7

Try this one: https://www.ntnu.edu/studies/international/master


#8

[QUOTE=Nav_Arch;166331]The University of Michigan also has a very good Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering program, just as the Webb institute has, and there are quite a few international students there, however, tuition is not cheap.

If you are interested in shipbuilding, I would recommend to read the following books:
Ship Knowledge http://www.dokmar.com/ship-knowledge.html
Journal of Ship Production http://www.sname.org/sname/publications/journalofshipproduction/
Ship Production 1995 http://www.sname.org/pubs/books
Ship Design and Construction 2003 http://www.sname.org/pubs/books[/QUOTE]

I have worked with quite a few from Michigan. Certainly they were VERY capable. Webb is very prestigious, but also very difficult to get in. . .and while it is a full scholarship institute, the residency costs are pretty much the equivalent of a University. At one time, the major shipyards also had their own training programs, but with the US shipbuilding industry withering away, I am not so sure any more.


#9

https://www.mi.mun.ca/programsandcourses/programs/navalarchitecture/