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Water Law University of Dundee

Department name
School of Social Sciences
Qualification, duration, mode
PGDip 18-60DL*PGCert 12-60DL*LLM 24-60DL
Further qualification details
The Masters in Water Law programme at the University of Dundee is unique. Masters degrees in Environmental Law, or in Water Resources, are delivered in many institutions across the world and may include a module in Water Law, there are no other Masters of Laws specialising in Water Law.
Months of entry
January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
Entry requirements
Students will be expected to have an undergraduate degree in a relevant discipline, for example, Law; Economics; Political Science; Hydrology; Engineering; Geography; Water Resources.
Information for International Students
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Course description
Students studying part time are expected to utilise the distance learning options, though they may attend on-campus courses if they wish. They take one or two taught modules during the Spring and Autumn semesters, and the Summer school. They must attend the campus for the Summer school components.
You will have 24 hour access to the online materials and documentation via the University's Virtual Learning Environment - My Dundee. Printed supporting materials will also be provided along with a study guide.
Contact name
Dr Sarah Hendry
Contact email
Contact phone
+44 (0)1382 386473
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