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Generic name of profession - Ship's Deck officer class 1 merchant marine

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The table below shows the number of decisions taken on professionals who obtain professional qualifications in one country (country of qualification– listed in rows) and apply for recognition in another country (host country – listed in columns) to practice there on a permanent basis.

Data covers all types of recognition decisions: positive (agreement) or negative (refusal) taken by host countries.

It is possible to filter the table to view a certain type of decision or a given period.

Ship's Deck officer class 1 merchant marine

Country of qualification

The graph on the left presents the top five countries where migrating professionals obtained their professional qualifications.

The graph on the right presents the top five countries where migrating professionals had their qualifications recognized.

The graphs are based on the statistics provided by the Member States, displayed also in the table below. They are updated according to the search criteria introduced in the filter above.

Period from: All
Period to: All
Decisions taken by host country: All
Country of qualification: All
Host country: All
Profession: Ship's Deck officer class 1 merchant marine

Host country

Qualification obtained in Recognition in host country
IE LU Total
Belgium (BE) 330 330
Bulgaria (BG) 7 7
Denmark (DK) 4 4
France (FR) 25 25
Germany (DE) 41 41
Greece (EL) 1 1
Ireland (IE) 3 3
Italy (IT) 9 9
Latvia (LV) 2 2
Netherlands (NL) 17 17
Poland (PL) 2 2
Portugal (PT) 2 2
Spain (ES) 3 3
Sweden (SE) 5 5
United Kingdom (UK) 1 38 39
Liechtenstein (LI) 5 5
Norway (NO) 4 4
Total 13 486 499
The database contains information on regulated professions, statistics on migrating professionals,contact points and competent authorities, as provided by EU Member States, EEA countries and Switzerland.
Each country is responsible for updating information, on its regulated professions, competent authorities and statistics.
The Commission cannot be held responsible for the accuracy of the information. However, if errors are brought to its attention, the Commission undertakes to correct them, if deemed appropriate.