Environmental Law - UK


gt1980

Hi!!
I'd like to know something about post-graduation studies, LLM or Masters, on ENVIRONMENTAL LAW in the UK!!
- Which ones do you recommed?
- What are the fees?
- What are the odds to be accepted?!
- Is there's some LLM which can compete with the ones usually referred as the best in the States??
1) Lewis & Clark College (Oregon)
2) Vermont Law (Vermont)
3) Pace University (New York)
Or for environmental law is really better to go to the USA?!

Thank you!

Hi!!
I'd like to know something about post-graduation studies, LLM or Masters, on ENVIRONMENTAL LAW in the UK!!
- Which ones do you recommed?
- What are the fees?
- What are the odds to be accepted?!
- Is there's some LLM which can compete with the ones usually referred as the best in the States??
1) Lewis & Clark College (Oregon)
2) Vermont Law (Vermont)
3) Pace University (New York)
Or for environmental law is really better to go to the USA?!

Thank you!
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Nico

Hi gt1980,

the fees will depend on your student status : UK/ EU student or international student.
concerning UK/EU student, as far as i've seen it, it's usually around 3.500 GBP.
If you are an international student, i guess it's much more (around 8.000 GBP).

concerning environmental law, people on this forum would probably give you useful advice. As it's not my professionnal field, It won't be me... sorry

regards

Hi gt1980,

the fees will depend on your student status : UK/ EU student or international student.
concerning UK/EU student, as far as i've seen it, it's usually around 3.500 GBP.
If you are an international student, i guess it's much more (around 8.000 GBP).

concerning environmental law, people on this forum would probably give you useful advice. As it's not my professionnal field, It won't be me... sorry

regards
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gt1980

I'm from Portugal, so the prices are good news for me, they're more a less what we have here!! I tought they would be much higher in the UK!

Thanks

I'm from Portugal, so the prices are good news for me, they're more a less what we have here!! I tought they would be much higher in the UK!

Thanks
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