MASTER OF LAWS IN MARITIME LAW
WHAT IT IS
The Master of Laws (LLM) Maritime Law enables students to gain specialised knowledge in the law relating to commercial shipping law (admiralty law, carriage of goods by sea, charterparties, maritime casualty law) and maritime conflict of laws, marine insurance, international shipping regulation, and ocean law.
Courses are also available in related areas, such as domestic and international sale of goods, arbitration, and trade finance law. These areas are of great importance to Singapore, given its status as a global port, as well as to the region and further afield.
The LLM (Maritime Law) may be undertaken full-time, over one academic year, or part-time, over two academic years. The part-time programme is open to those working for companies based in Singapore and who are supported by the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore or their employer.
- A good Bachelor’s degree in Law
- Minimum TOEFL iBT 100. (Candidates with an iBT score of 92-99 may also apply, but may be required to undertake intensive English language training prior to commencing law studies. Other TOEFL paper-based score of 600-603 or minimum IELTS 7.0 may be considered, thought the TOEFL iBT is strongly preferred by NUS)
Students pursuing Master of Law (Maritime Law) are eligible for SkillsFuture Study Awards (Sea Transport)
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National University of Singapore – Master of Laws
SkillsFuture – SkillsFuture Study Award for Sea Transport Sector