Purpose of the LL.M. programme:
The purpose of the postgraduate specialist LL.M. programme of LL.M. in Energy and Natural Resources Law is to provide participants with the main regulatory frameworks of energy law at international and national level as well. The training programme will give the students an insight into the world of electricity, natural gas and renewable energy regulation. It will also include the acquisition of key knowledge of international systems related to energy and of energy policy, for a more efficient use of natural resources.
Length and form of the programme:
The length of the training programme is 3 semesters, starting in the autumn semester.
This is a part-time, correspondance training, classes are held after 12 noon on Fridays and on Saturdays.
Qualification obtained on completion of the training programme: LL.M. in Energy and Natural Resources Law
Pursuant to Article 116(6) of Act CCIV of 2011 on National Higher Education, graduates of the post-graduate specialist training programme are entitled to use the title “Legum Magister” or “Master of Laws” (abbreviated as LL.M.).
Tuition fee in the 1st and 2nd semester: EUR 2.000 /semester
Tuition fee in the 3rd semester: EUR 1.000 /semester
The employer may undertake the payment of the tuition fee.
To whom we recommend the training:
The training is open to all applicants who, in addition to fulfilling the admission requirements, wish to work in an energy company or at a public authority involved in the field of energy as lawyers.
Professional content of the training programme:
During the training, students will acquire the following professional competences:
Knowledge elements, obtainable knowledge:
Participants in the specialist training programme will acquire knowledge of the main regulatory frameworks of the law of energetics and energy law at both international and national level. The training programme will give the students an insight into the world of electricity, natural gas and renewable energy regulation. The training programme will also include the acquisition of key knowledge of international systems related to energy and of energy policy, for a more efficient use of natural resources.
Conditions of admission:
Experience in the energy or environmental field is an advantage but not a requirement.
During the training programme, students can earn credits related to the fields of knowledge that are relevant to the qualification and to the main fields of knowledge:
Credits for the thesis: 30 credits
Deadline and method of application:
Application deadline: 15 August 2024
Applications can be submitted by e-mail, by letter or in person with a completed application form and the necessary attachments.
Place of application:
Faculty of Law of the Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary Registrars Department
H-1042 Budapest, Viola u. 2-4.
Please enclose the following with your application:
Registration fee: EUR 50. The deadline for payment of the registration fee is the day of application.
The registration fee should be transferred to the following bank account of the Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary:
Bank account details
Name of the recepient: Karoli Gaspar Egyetem
Account number: 10404089-00033906-00000001
IBAN: HU03 1040 4089 0003 3906 0000 0001
SWIFT code: OKHBHUHB
Description: Registration fee ENERGY LLM; Name of the applicant
Notification of the admission decision and enrolment information will be sent in mid-September 2024.
Please contact our colleagues for more information about the training programme and on the method of application:
Phone number: +36-1370-8601
Applications for the training programme can be submitted by e-mail or by post.
Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary
Faculty of Law
Continuing Education Center
H-1042 Budapest, Viola street 2-4.