The City Law School has revealed plans to hold its Maritime Law LLM modules in Greece; a world-leading centre for shipping.
The modules, offered by The City Law School, will be taught in English and delivered in weekend blocks to accommodate students who work full-time. They will start in March and September this year.
Anthony Rogers, the director of the LLM in Maritime Law, said: City already attracts a large number of Greek students to the wide-ranging courses that it offers. This is a great opportunity for us to offer some of the modules to students who have employment or family commitments in Greece.
The modules will include: Carriage of Goods by Sea, Admiralty Law, Marine Insurance, International Sales Law and World Trade Law. They will be taught in the Laskaridou Library of Piraeus close to Athens.