(in alphabetical order) Freddy Aerts (Belgium), Christine Batoko (Benin), Tipu Chaudhary (Pakistan), Monique Daemen (Belgium), Filip Denyn (Belgium), Alexandros Fyssas (Greece), Damdinsuren Gonchigsumlaa (Mongolia), Lutz Gramke (Germany), Alcime Henry (Haiti), Anh Tuan Hoang (Vietnam), Houcine Jallouli (Tunesia), Stavroula Kantartzi (Greece), Ann-Christine Kivelä (Finland), Didier Leyder (Belgium), Johnson Maina (Tanzania), Ivan Moreno (Ecuador), Antony Murithy (Kenya), Shen Jian (China), Xu Qing (China).
Monique Daemen, Belgium
'Thanks to the Belgian professors and lecturers from all over the world, the information which was imparted to us, really came straight from the horse's mouth. It enabled us to get a clear view on the new trends in the transport industry. The combination of real life experiences and academic literature produced a lot of added value for the programme. ITMMA has certainly created an interes-ting network of academics, professionals, interesting fellow students and ... friends. The programme definitely widens the horizons as to maritime transport, logistics and general management subjects.'
Antony Murithi, Kenya
The uniqueness of the MTMM programme lies in the carefully selected lectures which are continuously being evaluated in order to be practical in addressing the real issues. Its secret lies in its international approach. This course is very crucial for policy makers, planners, researchers and commercial and operations managers.'
Tipu Chaudhary, Pakistan
'The MTMM programme has surpassed my expectations by offering an academically strong course, not only with regard to the transport and maritime sector, but also with respect to the general management area. It contains all the necessary ingredients for a successful career. It is a must for those who are serious about a career in the transport industry. The interaction between both the professors and the students, from different cultures and with various backgrounds, really constitutes a bounty.'
Lutz Gramke, Germany
The programme certainly has exceeded my expectations. I have never imagined the course being of such high quality. I do believe that a course, which is structured in the way the MTMM course is, probably is quite unique and it was about time something like this has been established. Due to the fact that the course does not entirely focuses on European issues, people from around the world will find the course interesting and very useful to their future careers.'
Alexandros Fyssas, Greece
'The MTMM gave me a lot of added value, which I consider to be vital in the extremely competitive job market of shore-based engineering staff in the Greek shipping companies. Since a lot of people in Greece are involved in this job field, I will, of course, recommend this programme to other professionals.'