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  • How to do PG in Maritime Law

    I am a deck officer and want to go for PG in Maritime law. What is the eligibility criteria?

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    If you want to pursue PG in Maritime law from IMU India, you need to have LLB as the basic requirement.
    LLoyds Maritime academy offers PG diploma in Maritime law through distance learning and seafarer with experience can apply for this course.

    Southampton Law school, UK offers a 1 year course - LLM which requires relevant practical experience within shipping/maritime field. A seafarer can apply for this course.

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    • #3
      Thank you Anish, one more question. Site says that the best university for Maritime law is City university London, and i talked to one marine lawyer he said to go for Southampton. I want to ask which university should i apply for City university or Southampton.

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      • #4
        @Aditya: Southampton is a good choice and there are seafarers from India who are undergoing LLM from this university.

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        • #5
          Thank you even I wanted to know if I can do this maritime law through Distance learning or not....

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          • #6
            @ Anurag: Yes you can. Do check the lloyds maritime academy website for more information- http://www.lloydsmaritimeacademy.com...tance-learning

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            • #7
              Can anyone please tell me, what are the job prospect in Maritime Law, i have master's license and no LLB degree, i have applied for Southampton University. Please tell me if there is a possibility of get a shore job after completion of the course.

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              • #8
                Are the requirements still the Bathmate for 2017-2018?
                Last edited by Prindle; 07-10-2018, 09:50 PM.

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                • #9
                  I am also thinking of pursuing law and hopefully I’ll be able to get enough marks to get into a good college. I have been preparing with one of the best LSAT Courses and I’m feeling pretty good. A good college is what I’m aiming for.

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                  • #10
                    Hello
                    Can somebody please advice regarding the 1 year LLM course from city university London for Holder of Master's COC issued by Govt of India. And is this course is sufficient to be a marine lawyer and get best job opportunities in future. Also if the South Hampton university is better than London university. I had heard earlier that marine lawyer course is for 5 years but then how come city London university offering 1 year post graduate course for same. They only require CV, personal statement, professional certificates and professional reference for same. Friends kindly help me with the above situation.
                    TIA
                    Dhawal

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                    • #11
                      Very nice to be part of this forum and happy to see some great reply from seniors. Self having chief ticket and willing to do marine law for future progress. Please show some light reg same. Which university to do?. what benefit of doing full time course and DLP. thanks in advance.

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