Take your career to that next level by enrolling on this specialised distance learning EU Competition Law - Postgraduate Diploma/Masters By Distance Learning at King's College London. You will gain new skills, a respected degree and further your career – all in just eight months and without interrupting your employment.
In 2015 this programme received on overall satisfaction rate of 98% from the students in the PTES survey. This compares with an average of 85% across the Russell Group (the association of 24 public research universities grouped together for their academic excellence).
The centre which runs this programme (the Dickson Poon School of Law at King's College London) was rated top in the UK for world-leading research by the Research Excellence Framework 2014.
Professor Emeritus Richard Whish QC (Hon) is the programme director and will be joined by tutors with a wealth of both academic and professional experience.
For the full tutor list and this year’s modules please visit the event website.
CPD accredited by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and the Bar Standards Board.
The programme is directed by Professor Whish QC (Hon), one of the most respected names in the EU competition law field.
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