The world’s long-term economic development depends on the existence of efficient, innovative and creative energy and resources industries. These in turn rely on individuals who possess a sound grasp of their legal, economic, technical and policy backgrounds.
Energy Law and Policy is at the heart of these issues and provides the best in advanced education in its field, preparing its graduates to meet the challenges posed by the evolving global economy.
What's great about Energy Law and Policy at Dundee?
Throughout its history, the Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy as part of the Graduate School of Natural Resources Law, Policy and Management at the University of Dundee has achieved continuous growth and has established international pre-eminence in its core activities. Scholarly performance, high level academic research, strategic consultancy and top-quality executive education. Currently, we have over 500 registered postgraduate students from more than 50 countries world-wide.
Our interdisciplinary approach to teaching, research and consultancy gives us a unique perspective on how governments and businesses operate. We offer flexible courses delivered by the best in the field, devised and continually updated in line with the Centre’s unique combination of professional expertise and academic excellence.
This provides a rigorous training for graduate students and working professionals. Full-time and distance-learning degrees, intensive training programmes tailor-made for individuals or companies and short-term professional seminars are all on offer.
We will teach you the practical and professional skills you need to mastermind complex commercial and financial transactions in the international workplace, and we will expose you to many varied and exciting opportunities. Why not take a few minutes to complete our application form - it could be the most far-reaching career move you’ll ever make!
How you will be taught
The LLM is made up of compulsory and elective modules with this taught component being followed by either: A dissertation of up to 15,000 words on a topic approved by an academic supervisor
An Internship report - students who choose this option are required to source an organisation willing to offer a 3-month work placement, approved by an academic supervisor
An extended PhD Proposal - students who propose to follow up the LLM with a PhD may, with the approval of an academic supervisor, submit a 10,000 word PhD proposal
What you will study
Compulsory Modules: • Natural Resources Sectors: A Multidisciplinary Introduction • Dissertation or Internship Core Modules: • Downstream Energy Law and Policy • Legal Framework for International Project Finance Core specialist Modules: • International Law of Natural Resources and Energy • Energy and Climate Change Law and Policy • Renewable Energy: Technology, Policy and Economics Elective Modules: Candidates are advised to choose additional modules from what is available on the academic timetable subject to any restrictions that may apply.
How you will be assessed
Each course is assessed by a combination of examinations and a research paper.