Competition and Regulation LL.M.:
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Students on the LL.M. Competition and Regulation take a total of 9 modules and complete a Masters dissertation. 6 modules on the LL.M. blended-learning programme are in law and 2 in economics. You will also take one interdisciplinary module in the course of the LL.M. The third semester is for writing your Masters dissertation.

Structure of the LL.M. blended-learning programme

Close coordination between the various classes on the LL.M. Competition and Regulation ensures students learn how law and economics interact. The LL.M. also has a strong research focus. New developments in the field of competition and regulation law are always covered in the relevant classes. Once you have completed the LL.M., you have the option of developing your academic expertise further on a structured "Competition & Regulation" doctoral programme.

Another key focus of the LL.M. programme is on practice: practitioners from major law firms and representatives of competition and regulatory authorities share their experiences on a regular basis. This gives you a first-hand insight into both sides of work in competition and regulation law. You benefit from great links to practice, and can start building up your network and get ideas for your career planning.

Subject modules

Competition Law (5 CP)

Competition Litigation (5 CP)

State Aid (5 CP)

Competition Economics (5 CP)

Regulation (5 CP)

Procurement Law (5 CP)

European and International Law (5 CP)

Regulation Economics (5 CP)

Complementary studies

Society and Responsibility (5 CP)

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