Executive MBA in Shipping & Logistics


Lectures are delivered by a group of leading world-renowned experts from different areas of the maritime industry all over the world.

World-renowned faculty

Both the CBS resident faculty and the external faculty are among the group of experts who are highly in demand as advisors and consultants to maritime institutions, companies and governments. In addition to their excellent teaching skills and methods, they help our students build an international network of contacts. Here are few of our professors and lecturers - click on their names to find out more.

Amir Alizadeh

Director/Professor, MSc Energy, Trade and Finance, Bayes (formerly Cass) Business School, UK
Mike Bernon

Associate Professor in Supply Chain Leadership, Cranfield School of Management, Cranfield University, UK
Lars Jensen

CEO and founder of Vespucci Maritime, Denmark
Jonas Hedman
Professor, Department of Digitalisation, CBS, Denmark
Herbert Kotzab

Professor and Chair in Management of Logistical Systems, University of Bremen, Germany
Filippo Lorenzon

Professor of Maritime and Commercial Law, Dalian Maritime University, China
Solicitor, Campbell Johnston Clark, London
Louise Mors

Professor, Department of Strategy and Innovation, CBS, Denmark
Henriette Van Niekirk

Head of Dry Bulk Analysis, Clarksons Platou, UK
Bent Petersen

Associate Dean, Executive MBA in Shipping and Logistics, CBS Denmark
Professor, Department of International Economics, Government and Business
Janet Shaner

Top10 Learning Solutions, Switzerland


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"The Blue MBA has a ‘buzz’ which I really enjoy. It is a great programme for bright young managers who have made shipping their business and want the professional tools to succeed. Teaching mid-career students with the knowledge and experience to participate is an exciting challenge and the one-week module system provides the ideal framework.”   

Martin STOPFORD Managing Director Clarkson Research Studies