The LLM (Master of Laws) study is a postgraduate educational program focused on law and legal science. It is a classic and globally recognized model of study.
The LLM - Environmental Law study program is a professionally oriented study focused on the area of environmental law with an overlap into individual areas of environmental protection. The graduate’s profile is based on a common part of the study consisting of the subjects of environmental law in the Czech Republic, European environmental law, international environmental law and the basics of ecology.
During the study, the graduate also focuses on individual biocenoses and their interconnection. He thus acquires comprehensive knowledge not only in the field of law itself, but he is able to understand the ecosystem as an interconnected whole.
- Environmental law - general part
- Environmental law - a special part
- Ecology and nature protection
- Fundamentals of European Union law (compulsory for students from outside the EU)
- Basics of pedology - soil science
- Basics of hydrology - water science
- Basics of dendrology - forest science
- Basics of meteorology and climatology
- Environment of cities and populated areas
Benefits of study
Pump up your career
- Acquisition of new professional knowledge and skills and their targeted focus on the area of interest.
- Teaching using modern teaching methods with the latest technology.
- Obtaining a prestigious LLM professional title under AAHEA USA Accreditation.
- Access to a wide range of educational materials and further study support.
- Improving the labour market position.
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Advantages of studying
The study of LLM programs provides, in addition to education itself, a large number of other benefits that will facilitate the study itself, but also its use in professional practice.
- Online study.
- Free study materials.
- A LLM is a tax-deductible expense.
- Effective study in just one and a half years.
- Wide range of focus.
- A flexible form that allows you to combine study and employment.