Please note that there is only one application round for this programme: the application is open between mid-October and mid-January each year for commencement the following autumn semester.

The programme opens with a mandatory course in Advanced European Economic Law (15 ECTS), devoted to issues of constitutional and methodological character. This course is followed by an elective specialisation course (15 ECTS), where students are given the opportunity to broaden and deepen their knowledge in one of three cutting-edge areas of European Economic Law: EU Competition Law; The Digital Internal Market and its Social Dimension, or EU Banking and Financial Law. In relation to the compulsory introductory course, this second course allow students to expand their knowledge of both the particular subjects and the relevant methodologies.

Methodology and Practice: moot court, interactive seminars and workshops

During the second term students take a course in Legal Methods in Research and Practice, where they develop skills in applying European legal methods through participating in a EU Moot Court and through interactive seminars and research workshops. The programme concludes with a master thesis on a selected topic of EEL.

Instructors highly accomplished practitioners and academics

The teaching staff includes former judges and present members of the EU Court, as well as reputed academics and practitioners in the field. The programme is a full-time course of study and requires active participation.

Education Plan

You can read more about the programme syllabus, or Education Plan, here.

Courses

Current students will find more information about each specific course on the following pages for the academic year 2018/2019:

Advanced European Economic Law

The Internal Market - Digital and Social Challenges

EU Competition Law 

EU Banking and Financial Law 

Legal Methods in Research and Practice

Master Thesis in European Economic Law