Master of Laws
The Master of Laws in Energy and Environmental Law offers students a comprehensive programme in energy and environmental law, including elements of public international law, European Community law and national law. The topics covered range from sector-specific environmental law and energy law to the impact of the EC and international economic business law on the environmental and energy sector. Students also receive a thorough introduction to climate change law. Since 2002, the programme has welcomed students from every EU member state as well as from other countries all over the world.
This is an advanced Master's programme and can be followed on a full-time or part-time basis.
Additional tuition info:
€5.600 for those professionally active for less than three years;
€8.600 for those professionally active for more than three years.
International Student Requirements:
Previous degree required: Students have to have either an initial LL.M. degree or equivalent (e.g. a UK LL.B. degree). Admission decisions are based upon evaluation of a complete application file: - Master of Law; - Any equivalent degree in Law. From among the applicants, those students will be chosen who correspond to the required profile, including a proficient level of written and spoken English, as well as a proven academic track record, research skills, and finally, an interest in the areas of energy law and environmental law.