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International Hellenic University (IHU) MSc in Energy Law, Business, Regulation and Policy
International Hellenic University (IHU)

MSc in Energy Law, Business, Regulation and Policy

1 Years

English

Full time, Part time

31 Aug 2024*

Sep 2024

EUR 3,000

Blended, Distance Learning, On-Campus

* for international applicants | for Greek applicants: 30-09-2024

Introduction

The MSc in Energy Law, Business, Regulation, and Policy Programme is being offered by the School of Humanities, Social Sciences and Economics of the University Center of International Programmes of Studies of the International Hellenic University. The program has as its objective the provision of postgraduate level studies, specialization, and experience in Energy Law, business, Energy Policy, and Geostrategy, as well as the general regulatory intervention in the area of the energy sector as a whole. It offers a highly flexible qualification suitable for a wide range of career opportunities in many sectors.

Emphasis is given to legal, economic, geopolitical, business, and environmental problems which arise and the political, legal, and legislative solutions offered in the greater European and International Energy sector, about Energy sources and infrastructure, international energy transactions, transportation and storage of Energy, the legal, commercial – business, regulatory, geopolitical, economic and financial issues and the resolution of disputes which arise in the energy sector, for a holistic, all-around inter-disciplinary approach to energy issues, business and markets.

The basic aims of this MSc are the following:

  • The acquisition of specialized knowledge for a successful career in national and international organizations, energy businesses and companies, law offices and firms, Regulatory Authorities, and public sector services and organizations, which deal with the whole range of energy issues.
  • The understanding of issues that arise in the contemporary international environment of energy procurement, energy transactions, and their geostrategic and environmental ramifications as well as the rapid and successful resolution of relevant disputes.
  • The in-depth study of issues about the formulation of energy policy and design on a national, European, and international level, as well as within their regulatory context.
  • The extensive cognition of transnational, European, and comparative aspects of the energy sector which relate to issues of commerce, businesses, international exchanges, law, economy, finance, and ADR.

This program is designed for University graduates of Law & Political Sciences, Economics, Business Studies & Engineering, with a strong motivation to pursue a career in energy-related domains.

The courses are taught exclusively in English. The academics teaching in the programmeprogram come from universities both abroad and in Greece.

Schedule

The MSc in Energy Law, Business, Regulation, and Policy (full-time mode) is a 1,5-year programme taught over three terms. Lectures take place on weekends, twice or three times a month. It is also available in part-time mode over 2,5 years for those who cannot commit to a full-time program either due to work commitments or other reasons.

The teaching of courses takes place through distance learning (without students’ and teachers’ physical presence) as defined by current relevant legislation.

To be awarded the MSc degree, students must complete a total of 90 credits. This involves taking: Nine core courses (54 credits), two elective courses (6 credits), Master’s Dissertation (30 credits).

Full-Time Mode:

During the first term, all students are required to follow five (5) mandatory core courses. During the second term, all students follow a further four (4) core courses and two (2) elective courses. Finally, during the third term, work is dedicated exclusively to the Master’s dissertation.

Part-Time Mode:

The first year includes three teaching periods during which five (5) core courses and one (1) elective course are offered. The second-year students are taught over three teaching periods the remaining four (4) core courses and one (1) more elective course. During the second year, there is a fourth period in which the Dissertation should be completed.

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