Applications are invited from Maltese citizens for the 32nd course at the IMO International Maritime Law Institute, Malta to be held from mid-October 2021 to May 2022.
The course is at postgraduate level leading to a Master of Laws (LL.M) and places particular emphasis on the international regulatory law relating to maritime safety and port protection of the marine environment. It also covers the commercial law aspects of shipping. A unique feature of the course is the provision of comprehensive training in the development and drafting of maritime legislation.
Persons already in possession of a recognised university degree in law with a high standard may apply.
Applicants are to apply online with the Ministry for Foreign and European Affairs. The application forms are available from the Ministry’s own website. The documentation below must be submitted with the application:
MFEA Application Form a Curriculum Vitae a copy of the University degree(s) obtained;
- University transcript detailing results and grades obtained;
- IMLI Application Form
Applications from Government and Parastatal employees will not be considered unless recommended by their Head of Department/Parastatal Organisation respectively.
Closing date for these fellowships is Friday 28 May, 2021.
Selected candidates must submit a Testimonial related to the course awarded. The completed testimonial should reach the Scholarships Unit within 30 working days from the end of the course.
Successful candidates may be required to enter into a contract to serve the Government or the Public Sector of Malta upon completion.
Late applications will not be considered.
The Board’s decision will be final.