The University of Dundee is 1st in Scotland and 3rd in the UK for Law according to the Guardian University Guide 2019. The Centre for Energy, Petroleum, Mineral Law and Policy (CEPMLP) at the University of Dundee is internationally renowned for its research in international energy law. The CEPMLP is the oldest and most influential Energy Law center in the UK, and law faculty have advocated before international courts and tribunals. By studying law at the University of Dundee, students have the opportunity to take courses in international law focused on issues in energy and environmental law.
Students will receive up to 12 credits towards their law degree. Only the credits and not the grades will transfer per ABA requirements. The acceptance of any credit or grade for any courses taken at the University of Dundee, including externships and other clinical offerings, is subject to determination by the WCL Office of the Registrar. WCL students will be enrolled in regularly scheduled classes alongside fellow Dundee students.
The following is a selection of courses that may be offered. More information on specific law programs and prospective courses (referred to as modules in Scotland) is available on the Law website. For more detailed course listings, please send emails to email@example.com.
- International Law of Natural Resources and Energy
- International Petroleum Law and Policy
- Legal Frameworks for Water Resource Management
- Environmental Regulation
- Private International Law of Business Transactions
- International Energy Arbitration: Practical Exercises
- Transnational Crime and Counter Terrorism
Housing and Cost of Living
Both on and off campus housing is available, although most on campus housing is reserved for undergraduate students. Information on the University of Dundee's on campus housing options is available on the Accommodation page. Dundee offers assistance to students looking for off-campus housing. For information on cost of living, please visit the cost-of-living webpage for international students.
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