You could go on to work in:

  • international and national energy companies
  • state electricity and gas companies
  • government energy ministry
  • regulatory authorities in energy
  • policy development
  • regulation and regulatory compliance
  • banks and insurance companies
  • international organisations and non-governmental organisations
  • law firms
  • advisory or consultancy firms


Wairimu Karanja
“I did my Energy Law Masters after years of practice in project advisory so I knew what I wanted to get out of it. The degree has helped me in my energy practice in really honing my expertise. The Energy Law Masters Degree is also ranked the best internationally in its field, so it gets me respect and appreciation in my work.”

Wairimu Karanja, LLM Energy Law and Policy graduate 2018, from Kenya

Joseph Nii Tettey Ashong
“I currently work in a fuel and logistics company; also Ghana's strategic reserves holder. My routine cuts across but I mainly work in Procurement and Supply Chain where I deal with Procurement Planning and Strategy.”

Joseph Nii Tettey Ashong, LLM Energy Law and Policy graduate 2016, from Ghana

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