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Groningen Continues to Rank Among Top 10 Places in the World to Study Public International Law and Energy Law for 2021

01 June 2021 recently released its Top 10 Lists for specialty programmes for 2021, which continues to list Groningen as a top destination to study Public International Law and Energy Law .

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This is the fifth year in a row Groningen has been ranked for Energy Law, because of our unique LLM in Energy and Climate Law, as Groningen is home to the Groningen Centre of Energy Law and Sustainability and often referred to as the 'Energy Valley' of the Netherlands.

This is the fourth year in a row that our Public International Law LLM has been included in the rankings. This LLM has also been top ranked in The Netherlands for international law . is a leading website of Master of Laws (LLM) programmes worldwide, and their Top 10 lists focus on different factors such as offered concentrations, existing rankings, international balance, and location. You can view more about the University of Groningen on their website here .

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Last modified:17 November 2021 4.02 p.m.

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