Whether you take a modern or a utilitarian view on energy use and the environment, the University of Birmingham’s Online LLM in Energy and Environmental Law will arm you with the core principles to take on the most pressing global environmental issues.
Delivered by a top-100 global university, this 100% online LLM will provide you with the intellectual framework to understand legal responses in a transnational, multi-jurisdictional approach. Covering different levels of energy ownership and environmental protection, you will gain the knowledge and legal expertise to pursue careers in both energy and environmental sectors and respond to local and global challenges, anywhere in the world.
“Learning in a stimulating and positive environment from world-leading experts in their field was an important reason for me to choose the University of Birmingham for my postgraduate degree.” Maria Pilavki – LLM Criminal Law and Criminal Justice
Taught by a highly-qualified and experienced team of lecturers, this 100% online LLM offers all the academic rigour and global character you’d expect from a Russell Group university, with the flexibility to study when it suits you, from anywhere in the world.
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For international students standard English Language requirements apply. You must have an IELTS 7.0 with no less than 6.5 in any band.
The University of Birmingham’s Online LLM in Energy and Environmental Law has been specifically designed for LLB-qualified lawyers or those who already work in the sector and are seeking to consolidate their knowledge in a world-class environment.
In order to be accepted onto this programme, applicants should have:
• At least an upper second-class degree or non-UK equivalent in Law OR an upper second-class degree or non-UK equivalent in an allied degree with relevant work experience in the sector
• Two references
• A statement of purpose
Fees & Funding
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