MSc in Energy Law, Business, Regulation and Policy

Next intake October 2017


The Structure

The MSc in Energy Law, Business, Regulation and Policy (full-time mode) is a 16-month programme taught over three terms. Lectures take place on weekends, twice or three times a month, while the written examinations take place on Fridays, at 18:00 pm. It is also available in part-time mode over 26 months for those who cannot commit to a full-time programme either due to work commitments or other reasons.

Teaching of courses can either take place in a classroom (requiring students’ and teachers’ physical presence) or/and through distance learning (without students’ and teachers’ physical presence) as defined by current relevant legislation.

In order 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).


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.


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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