Dr. Angelos Menelaou
Assistant Professor

Dr. Angelos Menelaou

Maritime Transport and Commerce
Head of Department of Maritime Transport and Commerce
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Short CV
Following a two-year diploma in Business Studies at FIT, Angelos Menelaou entered the City University of New York, York College, where he completed the BSc in Accounting in 1992. He then pursued his interests in maritime studies by completing the MSc in Transportation Management at the Maritime College of the State University of New York (SUNY), specialising in shipping economics & management. Intent on continuing to learn more about the fascinating international shipping industry and in pursuing his research interests, Angelos completed his Doctorate Degree at Middlesex University in 2011. His research focused on IT tools and workflow processes aiming at improving productivity and quality of work in ship management organizations. He is the author of a bookentitled: ‘Enhancement of Productivity through an Integrated Crew Management System’. Angelos has played a prominent part role in the development of a focused shipping industry studies in Cyprus , instigating and leading a maritime bachelor degree program, the first of its type in the country. Since 1999, he has lectured on Human Resources Management and Shipping Economics at Frederick University. He is currently the Head of the Department of Maritime Transport and Commerce leading the operation of both undergraduate and postgraduates programmes of studies. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers and Agents, UK (FICS) and an Editor of the international journal of energy sector management (Emerald). Angelos has some 28 years’ commercial experience in the maritime industry, gained across a wide range of roles including shipping economics, accounting and human resources management. He is self-motivated with a methodical, collaborative-focused approach to work and a strong drive to see things to completion. He is currently the Accounts Payable and Project Manager of Marlow Navigation Co Ltd. one of the world’s largest crew management companies that employs on board merchant vessels approximately 13,000 seafarers at any given time. He has spoken at, or chaired many international shipping conferences.
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