LLM-Guide.com yesterday released its
Top 10 Lists for Specialty programmes
for 2019, which again lists Groningen as a top destination to study Energy Law and Public International Law.
This is the third year in a row Groningen has been ranked for Energy Law, because of its distinct LLM in
Energy and Climate Law
, and the Faculty’s participation in the
North Sea Energy Law Programme
(NSELP). Groningen is also the 'Energy Valley' of the Netherlands and home to the
Groningen Centre of Energy Law
, which is based at the University.
It is the second year in a row that the
Public International Law
LLM has been included in the rankings. This programme is also continuously
top ranked in The Netherlands for international law
Both programmes, as well as the rest of the one-year, English taught
at the Faculty, are currently accepting
for studies beginning in September 2019.
LLM-Guide.com is a leading global directory of Master of Laws (LLM) programmes, and their lists focus on various factors such as offered concentrations, existing rankings, international balance, and location. You can view more about the University of Groningen on their website
This article was published by the Faculty of Law.
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