NFQ Level 9, Major Award
The degree of LLM (Marine and Maritime Law) is examined by a dissertation and prescribed assessments and examinations.
The LLM in Marine and Maritime Law is a full-time programme running for 12 months or a part-time programme running for 24 months from the date of first registration for the programme. A full-time candidate may not, during the currency of the LLM (Marine and Maritime Law), simultaneously pursue any other form of education, training or employment, without the advance permission of the School of Law.
Presentation of Dissertation/Submission Dates
The dissertation must be submitted for examination at the Winter Board, on a date in September to be specified by the School of Law at the commencement of the programme.
Postgraduate Diploma in Law (Marine and Maritime Law)
Upon successful completion of modules to the value of 60 credits, registered LLM (Marine and Maritime Law) students may opt not to proceed with the programme and exit with a Postgraduate Diploma in Law (Marine and Maritime Law) (NFQ Level 9, Major Award).
For information about modules, module choice, options and credit weightings, please go to Programme Requirements.