MSc in Law and Economics in Energy Markets

The MSc in Law and Economics in Energy Markets has as its object the scientific training and the application of students' knowledge and skills in current economic, political and legal issues that characterize the modern energy markets in the international and European environment. The main feature of the program is the combination of interdisciplinary training [interdisciplinary specialization with primary components in legal and economic science] and practical experience for the analysis, planning and management of business activity in the energy sectors, as they are formed, developed and operated nationally in European and international context. There is currently a growing demand for graduates, especially in economics and law, with a postgraduate specialization in energy markets, who are required to operate in an ever-changing institutional and regulatory environment, both European and global. The Program provides students with the required fundamental economic and legal knowledge and the ability to apply them, both in the operation of companies in the international environment, and at the level of financial planning within the European Union.

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