Master's Program in International and European Business, Competition and Regulatory Law (MBL)
This English-taught one year program offers postgraduate students tuition in special areas of European and international business law – such as antitrust, international contract and corporate law and European telecommunication and energy law – which are becoming increasingly important. Here students can acquire specific knowledge aimed at enhancing their careers.
This master's program is the first with this combination of courses. Its initiator and conductor is the Institute for German and European Business, Competition and Regulatory Law, supported by an advisory board of experts in competition and regulatory law. The program integrates “in-class” and e-learning modules. This combined method offers mentoring as well as dialogue between the students and lecturers that is not restricted to certain times and locations. Due to the diversity in the Institute, mentoring by tutors in many different languages is part of the program, including: English, German, Polish, Russian, French and Spanish.
Prerequisites for this course are a degree in law or in a related field, one year of practical experience, and a good knowledge of the English language.