Programme

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ELSA Malta is currently working on a highly educational, academic programme. This programme is being set out in collaboration and with the support of the International Maritime Law Institute (IMLI) and will feature introductory lectures on the major areas of practice in Maritime law.

We are lucky enough to have many Maltese professionals who are internationally reknown for their impeccable work in this field of law, be it in practice, or academically, and who are ready to collaborate with us on this pilot project.

These lectures shall be delivered by authoritative professors, lecturers and practitioners, who will touch upon the main areas such as; Ship Registration, Ship finance, Tonnage Tax, International Trade Law and Admiralty and Maritime Litigation.

[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row animation=”” animation_delay=”” fullwidth=”no” bg_type=”solid_color” bg_repeat=”no-repeat” parallax=”” video_texture=”” fw_columns=”” fw_same_height=”” border=”” waved_border_top=”” waved_border_bottom=”” top_margin=”0″ bottom_margin=”0″][vc_column width=”1/1″][title type=”h3″ align=”left” color=”#1e73be”]Social Programme[/title][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row animation=”” animation_delay=”” fullwidth=”no” bg_type=”solid_color” bg_repeat=”no-repeat” parallax=”” video_texture=”” fw_columns=”” fw_same_height=”” border=”” waved_border_top=”” waved_border_bottom=”” top_margin=”0″ bottom_margin=”0″][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text css_animation=”bottom-to-top”]One of the luxuries related to a visit to Malta is that its small scale allows you to experience many aspects of the island in a short time span. Malta in summer is a hub of activity due to the influx of tourists seeking the sun, beaches and cultural sight as well as students who come to learn the English language and socialise in our great clubbing scene.

For those who are culturally inclined, Malta is the place to be. Described as an open­air museum, Malta’s rich history is evident wherever you look – ­ from the prehistoric temples pre­dating Egypt’s Pyramids to the incredible fortifications that are testament to one of the harshest sieges in history.

Our old fortified capital Mdina, has been the backdrop of many popular Hollywood films. The capital, Valletta, which has just received a modern touch, is Cultural Capital 2018 and has just been voted as the 5th top city to visit this year in Lonely Planet’s ‘Best in Travel’.

Visiting Malta is a great package deal, in just a few minutes you may cross over to our sister islands of Gozo or Comino to experience even more of what our shores have to offer. Malta is also a great base for those who enjoy diving or water sports, or those simply looking to relax under the hot sun on the beach. If what you are looking for is nightlife, look no further. The influx of students during the summer months and the locals who are always ready to party result in a great clubbing scene, which is also very affordable.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]