The new continuing-education Master's program resulting in an LL.M. in Competition & Regulation is intended for jurists, lawyer trainees, assessors and attorneys interested in further qualifications in the areas of competition and regulation law. Those successfully completing the Master's program have an opportunity to continue on to the doctoral degree.
The goal of the program is to acquire substantive skills through exposure to the contents of the law of competition and regulation in harmony with the economic aspects involved in these fields. As a graduate, you
- have in-depth knowledge in the law of competition and regulation
- have a basic command of the function of markets
- have the ability to analyze the opportunities and limits of state interventions in markets, and
- are ideally prepared for the application of economic questions within the framework of the law of competition and regulation.
An examination of the interplay of law and economics is ensured through close coordination of courses in both areas. The Master's program also has a strong research orientation. The courses in the program always pay close attention to the latest developments in the field of competition and regulation law.
Foundation for International Business Administration Accreditation
All Courses held in English language
- International class