Master of Business, Competition and Regulatory Law
Key features are a strong focus on international and European law in the fields of Business Law, Competition and Anti-trust Law, Regulation Law with a focus on Energy Regulation and Telecommunication Regulation, International Trade Law as well as Economic Foundations and the Legal Framework of aforementioned fields.
A highlight of the programme are the many distinguished lecturers, including high-profile academics from all over the world (e.g. Lecturers from Queen Mary University and Kings College in London, from Cambridge University, from Pennsylvania and Michigan) as well as practitioners from a wide range of professions (e.g. the Directorate General Competition of the European Commission, the EU Litigation division, the Cartel Senate of the German Federal Court of Justice, the UK Competition Appeal Tribunal and the law firms Mayer Brown, Hogan Lovells and Alber & Geiger)
The programme is divided into two semesters.
The first semester covers the modules:
- Introduction to the Economic Fundamentals of Competition and Regulatory Law
- International and European Framework of Business, Competition and Regulatory Law
- European and International Contract Law
- Product Liability Law
- European and International Business and Competition Law
The second semester will cover the modules:
- Advanced European Business
- Fundamentals of Regulatory Law
- Telecommunications Law
- Energy Law