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I want to study an LLM in Energy.

Which University is the best option: University of Aberdeen, Dundee, Queen Mary, Reading or Robert Gordon?

In my opinion the best options are:

1. Robert Gordon. (The best module structure and accreditation from the Energy Institute.).

2. Dundee. (Great module structure and CEPMLP)

3. Queen Mary (Good module structure).

4. Aberdeen (Great reputation of the Uni, but It really surprises me that in Aberdeen you only can choose four modules for the whole LLM year).

5. Reading (Good module structure)

What do you think?

I want to study an LLM in Energy.

Which University is the best option: University of Aberdeen, Dundee, Queen Mary, Reading or Robert Gordon?

In my opinion the best options are:

1. Robert Gordon. (The best module structure and accreditation from the Energy Institute.).

2. Dundee. (Great module structure and CEPMLP)

3. Queen Mary (Good module structure).

4. Aberdeen (Great reputation of the Uni, but It really surprises me that in Aberdeen you only can choose four modules for the whole LLM year).

5. Reading (Good module structure)

What do you think?

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Dundee, undoubtedly !

Dundee, undoubtedly !
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These are top according to LLM-Guide https://llm-guide.com/lists/speciality/top-llm-programs-for-energy-law

These are top according to LLM-Guide https://llm-guide.com/lists/speciality/top-llm-programs-for-energy-law
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MBL-FU

If pure energy law is a bit boring, the MBL-FU (for which I obviously work) combines energy law with telecommunications and competition law. It's quite interesting because the regulatory issues (access to grid structure, vertical integration, supply and access contracts) are almost the same. Both fields have their specific issues, however ;-)
Best regards from Berlin!
https://llm-guide.com/schools/europe/germany/fu-berlin-institute-for-german-and-european-business-competition-and-regulatory-law

If pure energy law is a bit boring, the MBL-FU (for which I obviously work) combines energy law with telecommunications and competition law. It's quite interesting because the regulatory issues (access to grid structure, vertical integration, supply and access contracts) are almost the same. Both fields have their specific issues, however ;-)
Best regards from Berlin!
https://llm-guide.com/schools/europe/germany/fu-berlin-institute-for-german-and-european-business-competition-and-regulatory-law
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