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    so, as the title suggests im currently studying a HNC/D in Marine Engineering, i have decided i absolutely dislike going to sea with a passion so do not wish to pursue it as a career once my course has finished. i have been doing some research and have decided i would like to explore Maritime Law once i have completed my HNC/D but am unsure how to go about it. I did this course instead of A-levels and got C's at GCSE, if that helps. I am likely to get a A in the HNC&HND aspect of this course. please can someone give me some advice on either companies i could speak to in the sector to see what their suggestions are, or how i should approach changing career trajectory once i have finshed my HNC/D.

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