University of Dundee : Shape the Future of the International Energy and Resources Industry.

The University of Dundee, rated 3rd in the UK for Law by the Guardian University Guide 2019, trains lawyers and non-lawyers to meet future challenges in the international energy sector. Gain skills to critically review policy issues, and draft agreements and regulations.
With the LLM International Energy Law and Policy programme, you could build a successful career in the Oil & Gas Industry or at a Global Consultancy.
BONUS : Get the chance to earn a £5,000 scholarship, once you have a confirmed spot in the programme.
Apply by :
  • 31 May 2019 for September 2019 start ;
  • 30 Nov 2019 for January 2020 start.
Programme start : 16 September 2019 or 14 January 2020
Duration : 1 year
Tuition Fee : £17,950

Entry Requirements

Highest Qualification :
Bachelor’s degree with a background in Law, Economics, Geology, Petroleum or Mining Engineering or Finance
English Proficiency
English language certificate with IELTS above 6.5
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What you can expect :

This is your opportunity to develop the efficient, innovative and creative energy and resources industries of the future. With the LLM International Energy Law and Policy, you will gain a solid foundation of the legal, economic, technical and policy backgrounds of the industries.
You’ll build knowledge in different types of international and national regulatory frameworks, as well as instruments used at the state-level, and between companies and governments.
Plus, you will learn about contractual arrangements between companies, key policy issues relating to law and regulation, and dispute settlement mechanisms.