Master Degree in Competition and Market Regulation Program Barcelona Graduate School of Economics

The highly practical focus of our Competition and Market Regulation Program ensures that graduates have both an advanced understanding of the interaction between theory and practice as well as the qualifications necessary for solid placement in the field.The Barcelona GSE Competition and Market Regulation Program presents students with a learning progression, starting from the basic necessary conceptual frameworks and economic tools, and then introducing core issues in Competition Policy and Market Regulation with the help of leading specialists in each field.Students themselves will examine real-world competition policy cases and demonstrate how regulation works across specific industries such as banking, energy, and telecommunications, and will design and conduct an independent master's project in their domain.

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Students will have a wealth of opportunities to complement their coursework with conferences and seminars in various fields of specialization. Chief among these is the Regulation and Competition Seminar Series, organized by the Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF) Department of Economics and Business, the Comisión del Mercado de las Telecomunicaciones (CMT), and the Barcelona GSE. Seminars feature academics, regulators, and practitioners at the forefront of their fields discussing specific issues and presenting original research. In addition to providing a range of regulatory issue perspectives, seminars also give students the opportunity to network with top professionals in the industry.

Study with the experts

Teaching faculty include industry experts such as Massimo Motta, former Chief Competition Economist at the European Commission. Professor Motta has been involved with the master program since its foundation and brings many years of experience both in the classroom and in the practice of competition policy.

Finalité

kills acquired in this master program

  • Train in Economic theory, especially in the areas of microeconomics, industrial economics, information economics, game theory and strategic behavior
  • Master the fundamentals of competition law and its sources
  • Understand theory and models of regulation and in particular the basic regulatory framework of the main industrial sectors
  • Present cases in public, developing specific skills for discussion and arguments from different points of view
  • Write technical reports based on the combination of real data analysis, analysis of relevant economic literature and its own criteria
  • Formalize theory discussions on competition policy.

Program schedule: 

Students must complete 60 ECTS (a total of 13 mandatory courses and 1 elective course, to be taken either in the Fall or Spring Term)

A master project, which will be supervised in regular meetings with an advisor, will allow students to put their knowledge into practice and improve their writing and exposition skills.

Brush-up courses

In September, students have the opportunity to take a Maths and Statistics brush-up course. This is not mandatory but highly recommended to assure a smooth start.

There are two minimum requirements for entry to the master programs at the Barcelona Graduate School of Economics:

  • Undergraduate/bachelor/grado/laurea, or equivalent degree from an accredited college or university (for Bologna degrees, a minimum of 180 ECTS are required)
  • Advanced level of English language skills

Conditions d'admission:
  • Bac+3
  • Qualification équivalente
Thanks to the participation of a number of companies and institutions, the Barcelona GSE is able to offer a number of tuition waivers and fully-funded scholarships based on academic merit. These highly competitive financial awards help the School attract the best and brightest international students
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