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4.2.3    Graduate Diploma in Maritime Law & Arbitration

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This programme is designed for master mariners and non-lawyer professionals working in the maritime industry.

Candidates in the programme are required to read 32-36 credits of modules. 12 of these credits may be taken from the modules offered in the Faculty’s Graduate Certificate in International Arbitration programme, with the remaining 20-24 credits of modules drawn from modules in the Maritime Law grouping.

Overseas candidates accepted into the programme will pursue it full-time within two semesters. Candidates working for companies based in Singapore who are supported by the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore will normally pursue the programme part-time and complete it within four semesters. The programme is fully by coursework.

The minimum period of candidature for full-time programme is one year (two semesters) and the maximum is three years (six semesters).

The minimum period of candidature for part-time programme is two years (four semesters) and the maximum is three years (six semesters).

For more information, please visit: https://law.nus.edu.sg/admissions/graddip/dip_mlarb.html

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