Oil; Gas and Energy Law LLMCoventry University
£ 6.930 - (8.033 €)
- Scarborough (Grossbritannien)
Was lernen Sie in diesem Kurs?
Oil and Gas
Skills and Training
The Oil, Gas and Energy Law LLM is one of a portfolio of degrees offered by Coventry Law School. It seeks to develop industry professionals working within the energy sector who are looking to gain a deeper understanding of the wider legal issues surrounding the oil, gas and energy sectors, and those who wish to enter the sector.
Offering an international student experience, the opportunity to undertake an internship (subject to availability and competitive application) at an organisation within the energy sector and integrated research, the course will develop valued skills whilst offering students further opportunities to gain experience of working within the industry.WHY CHOOSE THIS COURSE?
By design, the course aims to take a broad approach into the law and its application within the energy sector. Graduates will be able to apply their knowledge to a diverse range of employment opportunities in this exciting industry.
- The opportunity to specialise in the dissertation to match specific career aspirations.
- Access to a wide range of legal resources.
- The potential for international fieldtrips through the Global Leaders Programme (GLP).
- Level 7 award from CMI.
- An interactive and internationally diverse learning environment.
- As part of the course, students will benefit from the expertise of a leading academic in the field of Legal Risk Management.
- Opportunities to gain valuable workplace experience through the internship module, subject to availability and competitive application.
The LLM will take into account the dynamic nature of the energy industry, as signposted in the Contemporary Issues in Oil and Gas module. Specifically the LLM incorporates mandatory modules on Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility within the energy sector, Furthermore with the opportunity to gain a Chartered Management Institute award (CMI).
As part of their studies, students will be given the opportunity to complete a dissertation in an approved related topic, or to undertake an internship (subject to competitive application) with a host organisation within the energy industry. Both the dissertation and internship will be facilitated by training in research skills and research methods.
Please note: Students will need to pass all Semester 1 modules and attend two compulsory employability skills workshops. After an interview with an internal panel of academics and formal presentation, successful students are selected by the host organisation.
As part of this course you will study Global Professional Development, a beneficial new 10-credit module developed in partnership with the CMI. Explore this module's content and benefits here.
The course will be delivered by both industry professionals and experienced legal academics. Each is able to bring their individual strengths and expertise into the teaching and learning context and utilise it to enhance the students’ learning experience and ensure the students benefit from a combination of both theoretical and practical activities.HOW WILL I BE ASSESSED?
Assessment will take place through a number of methods:
Individual study, group work, written projects, dissertation/internship.
The University policy requires the internal moderation of assessments and the Coventry Law School operates a robust moderation process in line with this requirement. External Examiners are appointed for all named University awards. The role of the External Examiner at module level is to ensure that academic standards are in line with national norms for the subject. External Examiners undertake the moderation of examination papers, and view representative samples of work for the modules for which they have responsibility. At programme level, External examiners help to ensure fairness in the consideration of student progression and awards. They have the right to comment on all aspects of the assessment system and participate as full members of the assessment boards.
The pass mark for all modules is 40%. This overall module mark may comprise more than one component (e.g. coursework and exam). The individual module descriptors give the precise pass criteria and the weighting of the component marks that contribute to the overall module mark.
Awards for Taught Master programmes may be made with Distinction or Merit (i.e. achievement of an average mark of at least 70% or 60% respectively)."