University of Dundee-CEPMLP


Romolo
hallo everyone,
i am an international Business (energy and environmental law) graduate and was searching for a Master in Law as Postgraduate study. I'm interested in the Centre for Energy Petroleoum & Mineral Law and Policy (Dundee University) postgraduate programs. Does anyone know something about the university or the CEPMLP programs? Is it good?
hallo everyone,
i am an international Business (energy and environmental law) graduate and was searching for a Master in Law as Postgraduate study. I'm interested in the Centre for Energy Petroleoum & Mineral Law and Policy (Dundee University) postgraduate programs. Does anyone know something about the university or the CEPMLP programs? Is it good?
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thessaloni...
Well, Ramolo, that was my dream... But do you know how much does it cost? 12,000 p! If you have the money go for it!
Well, Ramolo, that was my dream... But do you know how much does it cost? 12,000 p! If you have the money go for it!
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Romolo
Thanks Thessaloniki.
So, do you think that CEPMLP could be a good choice?
Thanks Thessaloniki.
So, do you think that CEPMLP could be a good choice?
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thessaloni...
I cant you from personal experience but it sounds great! In the first week they teach you geology and many other interesting stuff and then you get true specialization in energy matters... You should be ready to work somewhere in UK or even Moscow, generally somewhere where energy has a market! I had discussed this with a lawyer who was really thrilled with the idea but the money is too much...
Just keep in mind that all the other LLM programs are pretty much the same and you dont actually get that much particular knowledge. This program seems to be a unique chance. But it only my personal opinion, if you could find someone who has actually been there that would be great. Good luck!
I cant you from personal experience but it sounds great! In the first week they teach you geology and many other interesting stuff and then you get true specialization in energy matters... You should be ready to work somewhere in UK or even Moscow, generally somewhere where energy has a market! I had discussed this with a lawyer who was really thrilled with the idea but the money is too much...
Just keep in mind that all the other LLM programs are pretty much the same and you dont actually get that much particular knowledge. This program seems to be a unique chance. But it only my personal opinion, if you could find someone who has actually been there that would be great. Good luck!
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Hi Guys - Sorry to join so late. I just found out about this www.

I am currently about to finish the double degree in Oil and Gas Management (MBA) and Petroleum Law and Policy at the CEPMLP.

... an additional advantage of the CEPMLP is that once you graduate you can apply for the Scottish Fresh Talentn Scheme which is an automatic two-year working visa allowance for those graduated in Scottish Univs. This facilitates the remain in Scotland for those aiming to a further international working experience.

good luck!
Hi Guys - Sorry to join so late. I just found out about this www.

I am currently about to finish the double degree in Oil and Gas Management (MBA) and Petroleum Law and Policy at the CEPMLP.

... an additional advantage of the CEPMLP is that once you graduate you can apply for the Scottish Fresh Talentn Scheme which is an automatic two-year working visa allowance for those graduated in Scottish Univs. This facilitates the remain in Scotland for those aiming to a further international working experience.

good luck!
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I am also alumni and have taken a few courses with Jairo in 2006/07

Check the module specs to find out the courses you can attend at the CEPMLP:

http://www.dundee.ac.uk/cepmlp/main/html/Students/Module_Specs.php

Jairo, which courses do you recommend?
I am also alumni and have taken a few courses with Jairo in 2006/07

Check the module specs to find out the courses you can attend at the CEPMLP:

http://www.dundee.ac.uk/cepmlp/main/html/Students/Module_Specs.php

Jairo, which courses do you recommend?
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D1
I have taken courses with both Jairo and Ivan at CEPMLP, I confirm that the courses truly reflect the international character of the industry and the niche that CEPMLP has.
If this post is not too late and energy is truly your thing, go for it!
I have taken courses with both Jairo and Ivan at CEPMLP, I confirm that the courses truly reflect the international character of the industry and the niche that CEPMLP has.
If this post is not too late and energy is truly your thing, go for it!
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jackoune
Hi guys!
May somebody give to me more informations about the LLM oil and gas law in general.
I mean, is there a lot of jobs in this area.
I am a french student, gonna get a master and then wanna join an LLM oil and gas law programme.
Do you think that it is possible to find a job with my french master and an LLM in scotland?UK?worldwide?
do I need an other degree?!
Is it a lucrative area?

Thanks
Hi guys!
May somebody give to me more informations about the LLM oil and gas law in general.
I mean, is there a lot of jobs in this area.
I am a french student, gonna get a master and then wanna join an LLM oil and gas law programme.
Do you think that it is possible to find a job with my french master and an LLM in scotland?UK?worldwide?
do I need an other degree?!
Is it a lucrative area?

Thanks
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It is always possible. Your french skills will attract interest from Canadian and other companies operations or developing markets in north africa. An energy lawyer can make very good money in the Scotland or even London. Opportunities in Aberdeen do exist for contract especialists.

If you want to get down to business you don't need a PhD. You will be more than qualified.
Regards
Ivan
It is always possible. Your french skills will attract interest from Canadian and other companies operations or developing markets in north africa. An energy lawyer can make very good money in the Scotland or even London. Opportunities in Aberdeen do exist for contract especialists.

If you want to get down to business you don't need a PhD. You will be more than qualified.
Regards
Ivan
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Hi Jackoune,

Just to have a flavor of whats happening in oil and gas I suggest you take a look at

http://www.spe.org/spe-app/spe/career/index.htm

also

http://www.offshore-europe.co.uk/page.cfm/link=30

regards,
Hi Jackoune,

Just to have a flavor of whats happening in oil and gas I suggest you take a look at

http://www.spe.org/spe-app/spe/career/index.htm

also

http://www.offshore-europe.co.uk/page.cfm/link=30

regards,

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jackoune
Do You think that it is necessary to be qualified to get a job?!
What do U think of the different programms, was thinking about the LLM oil and gas law Aberdeen uni

thanks
Do You think that it is necessary to be qualified to get a job?!
What do U think of the different programms, was thinking about the LLM oil and gas law Aberdeen uni

thanks
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It is not necessary to be qualified -not easy though- to find a job in Scotland (take a look at The Scottish Fresh Talent Program). In other countries... it will always depend on the market's demand and weather if you are aiming to private or in-house practice.

I suggest you carry out a Cost Benefit Appraisal of the Oil and Gas LLMs of Dundee, Robert Gordon and Aberdeen Uni's to find out which fits you better.

You can take into account:

- Tuitions
- Length of the programs
- Location
- Costs of living
- Prestige
- Costs of a second degree (or dual programs offers)
- Application deadlines and requirements

Regards,
It is not necessary to be qualified -not easy though- to find a job in Scotland (take a look at The Scottish Fresh Talent Program). In other countries... it will always depend on the market's demand and weather if you are aiming to private or in-house practice.

I suggest you carry out a Cost Benefit Appraisal of the Oil and Gas LLMs of Dundee, Robert Gordon and Aberdeen Uni's to find out which fits you better.

You can take into account:

- Tuitions
- Length of the programs
- Location
- Costs of living
- Prestige
- Costs of a second degree (or dual programs offers)
- Application deadlines and requirements

Regards,
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D1
If the choice is between UoD CEPMLP and the other universities mentioned and in Energy studies specifically, please note the following:

1) Dundee has a center specially dedicated to to oil, gas, energy and mineral studies and you have the benefit of a strong faculty drawn from different disciplines ranging from geology to law. There is in addition a global faculty drawn from all over the world.

2) As far as I know Dundee is most reknown IN THIS AREA of the schools you mentioned.

3) As per your personal situation, there is an agreement currently with the I.F.P in Paris and being from France you will occupy a unique position among the divers student population.

Finally, with regard to a social life, all the schools mentioned are in blind places socially speaking, but Dundeee is the one eyed King.....
If the choice is between UoD CEPMLP and the other universities mentioned and in Energy studies specifically, please note the following:

1) Dundee has a center specially dedicated to to oil, gas, energy and mineral studies and you have the benefit of a strong faculty drawn from different disciplines ranging from geology to law. There is in addition a global faculty drawn from all over the world.

2) As far as I know Dundee is most reknown IN THIS AREA of the schools you mentioned.

3) As per your personal situation, there is an agreement currently with the I.F.P in Paris and being from France you will occupy a unique position among the divers student population.

Finally, with regard to a social life, all the schools mentioned are in blind places socially speaking, but Dundeee is the one eyed King.....
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jackoune
I know that dundee is THE faculty for energy but the LLM fees are so expensive!!
I mean aberdeen LLM 3000 pound --- Dundee 10 000
3 times more expensive and I am not sure that the programmes are very different!
Are there some financial help for international students?!

Is there any web site with former students.
I would like to get more informations about the jobs, salaries..

thanks
I know that dundee is THE faculty for energy but the LLM fees are so expensive!!
I mean aberdeen LLM 3000 pound --- Dundee 10 000
3 times more expensive and I am not sure that the programmes are very different!
Are there some financial help for international students?!

Is there any web site with former students.
I would like to get more informations about the jobs, salaries..

thanks
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D1
Graduate Prospects
Today, 02:51 AM
CEPMLP runs the LLM Petroleum Law programme at University of Dundee. For more inforamtion on our staff, please see www.dundee.ac.uk/cepmlp/main/html/Staff/Staff_main.

Graduates of the LLM programme move on to be practising lawyers, legal advisers, contract managers and negotiators in the oil and gas sector.

CEPMLP's alumni can be found in national oil companies, international oil companies, government departments, research institutes, universities, law firms, insurance companies, financial instituitions and energy consultancies.

I hope this helps.

Connie Koh-Grieve
Marketing Officer
CEPMLP

I hope this helps
Graduate Prospects
Today, 02:51 AM
CEPMLP runs the LLM Petroleum Law programme at University of Dundee. For more inforamtion on our staff, please see www.dundee.ac.uk/cepmlp/main/html/Staff/Staff_main….

Graduates of the LLM programme move on to be practising lawyers, legal advisers, contract managers and negotiators in the oil and gas sector.

CEPMLP's alumni can be found in national oil companies, international oil companies, government departments, research institutes, universities, law firms, insurance companies, financial instituitions and energy consultancies.

I hope this helps.

Connie Koh-Grieve
Marketing Officer
CEPMLP

I hope this helps
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D1
That was a quote by the marketing officer at CEPMLP in another dicussion thread. I thought qoting her may shed more light.

Al the best
That was a quote by the marketing officer at CEPMLP in another dicussion thread. I thought qoting her may shed more light.

Al the best
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jackoune
Do you think that dundee and aberdeen are enough well known all over the world to then get a top job?
Do you think that dundee and aberdeen are enough well known all over the world to then get a top job?
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