The Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy at the University of Dundee has opened registration for the Dundee Energy Summit 2015 – and the event itself will be held on Saturday 31st January 2015.
At this time of the year, most prospective LLM students have countless questions about program offerings and requirements, the application process, what makes a strong applicant, things to look for in a law school, and, ultimately, how to make that final decision.
BU Law is now offering a fantastic portfolio of LLM programs – ideal for those interested in studying their LLM program in the Unites States and is now accepting applications from those interested in starting their studies in Spring or Autumn 2015.
Berkeley Law is pleased to announce that the professional track of its LLM program, which takes place over two consecutive summers, now offers a flexible start date to better accommodate student scheduling needs.
Metro Bank recently announced the launch of their new Professional Studies Loan Scheme, which will provide financial support for postgraduate studies. Initially only available to students at The University of Law (ULaw), it is intended to fund both course fees and living costs, and is available to those studying full time, part time, or online.
The University of East Anglia recently celebrated its 50th anniversary, and to mark this auspicious moment in its history – as well as the Law School’s return to its previous base at the recently renovated Earlham Hall – UEA is offering LLM applicants up to 10 scholarships worth between £1,000 and £4,000 each!
An alumnus of the Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy (CEPMLP) at the University of Dundee – Atipo Ambrose Peter – has been involved in a transaction advisory role regarding a Chinese consortium (led by Tibet Hima Group) and a landmark copper mine privatisation project in Uganda.
Kent Law School offers a great selection of both taught and research degrees, including its Kent LLM at the Canterbury campus, three specialist LLM programmes at its centre in Brussels, and research degrees up the PhD level.
The University of Dundee’s Centre for Energy, Petroleum, Mineral Law and Policy helps provide its students with the knowledge and skills required to deal with the current legal, economic and policy issues in mineral resources investment and development.