The EU Competition Law programme, offered by King's College London, attracts a truly international audience and has been attended by over 2600 students from Europe, the Far East, the Middle East, Africa, the USA, South America and Australasia.
The programme aims to provide you with an in-depth and up-to-date knowledge of EU competition law, focusing on practical aspects as well as the substantive law and the units will take you systematically through the constituent provisions of EU competition law.
Following the Brexit decision, King’s College London has re-affirmed its total commitment to remaining a leader in EU law and in EU competition law. Enrol on this programme to ensure that you are in pole position to understand the changes as and when they happen – and to take advantage of any new opportunities that may appear.
This programme has been specifically designed for lawyers in private practice, in-house legal advisers, economists, representatives from the national competition authorities and the European Commission.
The programme attracts a truly international audience and has been attended by over 200 students from Europe, the Far East, the Middle East, Africa, the USA, Canada, South America and Australasia.
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.
You can apply until:
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You only need to take one of these language tests:
Minimum required score:
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2:1 undergraduate degree in law, a related discipline, or be a qualified barrister or solicitor. Applications from candidates who have achieved a comparable academic level through past studies and where previous study, work or experience has made the applicant a suitable candidate for admission may also be considered.
This is an online programme. You can attend from the comfort of your chair! So you don't need a student visa! (Unless that chair you're sitting on is in a foreign country...)
Check the programme website for information about funding options.
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