Certificate courses

Continuning law education tailored to your needs: modular, flexible and individual

Are you interested in Competition Law, Regulation Law or European and International Law or would like a taster of the Masters in Competition & Regulation without committing to the whole programme? If so, you can explore these fields on one of our three certificate programmes, which allow students to study selected subjects from the Competition & Regulation Masters.

Each certificate programme is worth 15 credit points. Students are awarded a certificate of attendance or, if they take and pass the assessments, a university certificate that is proof of the credit points obtained and allows these to be counted towards university CP requirements or the Competition & Regulation Masters programme.

Competition Law (15 CP)

The certificate comprises 3 modules, each worth 5 credit points. It covers the fundamental aspects of European and German competition law and competition procedural law. Students also learn about key areas of competition economics. Classes explain economic methods that have become more important with the launch of the “more economic-approach” for people with a legal background.

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European and International Law (15 CP)

The certificate comprises 3 modules, each worth 5 credit points. The European and International Law module explores fundamental aspects of European law, WTO law and international law. There is also an introduction to the two most important fields of European business law, competition law and regulation law.

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Regulation Law (15 CP)

The certificate programme comprises 3 modules, each worth 5 credit points. It covers the fundamentals of regulation law and regulation economics. These two areas are central to state intervention in free markets when those markets are not producing satisfactory results. The programme also explores aspects of procurement law. These fields are highly relevant to working practice for employees.

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