Energy Law with Professional SkillsKing's Campus
排名: 26 (The Complete University Guide)
地點: King's Campus
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Study this specialised programme in Aberdeen – Europe’s largest energy hub and top 5 UK law school (The Complete University Guide 2019). Designed with inbuilt professional qualifications, you’ll develop a set of highly in-demand skills and the expertise to gain a true competitive advantage in the industry. The LLM Energy Law with Professional Skills offers a practical, highly regarded qualification that includes hands-on learning and job-focused training in lieu of a dissertation. You’ll gain the knowledge and skills required to play a key role in the coming decades as the world seeks to meet growing energy demand and the consequent need for unprecedented levels of investment. You’ll also benefit from structured course content designed to support the development of broader personal and professional competencies. Opportunities to develop concrete, industry-sought skills are incorporated into the degree course and acquired alongside and during the study of Energy Law. For example, intensive case-study based exercises in the fields of project finance and project management add relevance and prominence to your CV, whilst the ability to demonstrate a range of professional skills will further enhance your employability prospects. Our graduates are well-placed to operate in a complex, globalised working environment and are able to progress quickly to leadership roles. The programme's hallmarks include strategically using professionals as adjunct faculty, as well as on-the-ground industry contacts.
Normally, a 2.1 honours degree (or equivalent) in Law will be required to be accepted onto this programme. Relevant practical experience in a related field will also be beneficial.
IELTS: 6.5 (5.5 in L/S, 6.0 in R/W)
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