Maritime/Shipping Law


pk23
Hi guys,

I want to know if someone has studied or heard about the LLM in Shipping Law that offers the Queen Mary University of London? I want some comments and opinions (quality of courses and professors) about this LLM. Also, I would like a recommendation between the LLM in Maritime Law offers by Swansea and City, University of London.
Hi guys,

I want to know if someone has studied or heard about the LLM in Shipping Law that offers the Queen Mary University of London? I want some comments and opinions (quality of courses and professors) about this LLM. Also, I would like a recommendation between the LLM in Maritime Law offers by Swansea and City, University of London.
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kosta
Hi

to start with I need to say that I did my LLM at Swansea and it was a fantastic experience. Expert teachers, very good employability opportunities and practical teaching. I cannot talk about it highly enough.

My advice is simple: consider going to a place where there is a team of teachers who are prepared to offer you support and advice. Some places in the UK offer maritime law but there is only 1 or 2 teacher full time employed in those places who are expert in that field. At Swansea you can study so many maritime modules: Admiralty, Marine Insurance, Carriage of Goods by Sea, Land and Air, Charterparties, Ship Finance, Oil and Gas Contracts, International Trade Law, Banking Law etc. That is because there are 7-8 full time maritime/commercial professors at Swansea.

I hope this helps

KOSTA
Hi

to start with I need to say that I did my LLM at Swansea and it was a fantastic experience. Expert teachers, very good employability opportunities and practical teaching. I cannot talk about it highly enough.

My advice is simple: consider going to a place where there is a team of teachers who are prepared to offer you support and advice. Some places in the UK offer maritime law but there is only 1 or 2 teacher full time employed in those places who are expert in that field. At Swansea you can study so many maritime modules: Admiralty, Marine Insurance, Carriage of Goods by Sea, Land and Air, Charterparties, Ship Finance, Oil and Gas Contracts, International Trade Law, Banking Law etc. That is because there are 7-8 full time maritime/commercial professors at Swansea.

I hope this helps

KOSTA
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