Master's Degree in Environmental Law in Qingdao in China

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Master Degree Environmental and Natural Resources Law (In English)

Ocean University of China
Campus Full time 2 years September 2018 China Qingdao

With the aim of pushing forward the development of international education and cultivating high-level talents of environmental and natural resources law, School of Law and Political Science, Ocean University of China launched and established the Master Program of Environmental and Natural Resources Law (ENRL). [+]

With the aim of pushing forward the development of international education and cultivating high-level talents of environmental and natural resources law, School of Law and Political Science, Ocean University of China launched and established the Master Program of Environmental and Natural Resources Law (ENRL).

With 2 years’ duration of study, and designed for overseas students with Bachelor degrees of law and above, ENRL is characterized with its high-quality course system, advanced teaching philosophy and combined mechanism of research and occupations. Adopting mini- class education and English teaching mode, courses are taught by full-time teachers of OUC and foreign teachers from other countries.Students will work closely with faculty on research projects and participate in environmental protection activities launched by international organizations. Students can also enter into the editing work of China’s Environmental and Natural Resources Law Review.... [-]