Contact Details

Academic Staff

At the moment there are four professors in the Cruise Tourism Management programme, who are happy to answer any questions you may have. The study counseling is carried out by Prof. Dr. Petra C. Milde.

Information about the academic staff of the study program can be found here.

Student Association Seegang e.V.

Seegang e.V. is a student association of the degree programme Cruise Tourism Management.

The aim of the non-profit association is to organize additional education and information events for students and to make the study programme better known in the economy. Thus, Seegang e.V. also contributes to enabling graduates to make a good transition to working life.

You'll find more information here.

Study Committee

The study committee of Cruise Tourism Management is responsible for the following tasks: determination of the teaching requirements based on the study and examination regulations, participation in the preparation of teaching offers and course planning, participation in the preparation of teaching reports and teaching evaluation, participation in studies and Examination Regulations and Model Study Plans. They usually meet once a semester and consists of professors and students of the programme.
The current members are named here: Study Commission CTM

Student Advisory Service

The Student Advisory Service of the University of Applied Sciences Bremerhaven is your first point of contact for questions and concerns concerning the study orientation and the admission to study.

Detailed information is available here.

Registration & Examination Office

The Registration and Examination Office is responsible for the administrative part of the degree programme. Your questions around the application, examination administration, formalities in the study course up to the de-registration after completion of your study are answered here.

Further information is available here.

International Office

The International Office assists students in organizing a study-related stay abroad and coordinates their stay before, during and after the mobility activity. Students receive valuable tips and numerous information about the various financing options, funding programs and application deadlines as well as information material on partner universities, countries and language courses.

Further information is available here.

Career Service Center

The Career Service Center is the central point of contact for the placement of students in the companies and thus complements the existing diverse practice contacts of university professors. Via internships, theses or research and study projects, contacts between students and companies can be established at an early stage.

Further information is available here.

General Enquiries

If you are not sure who to ask, send it to the e-mail address

We will then forward your request.