In this section, you will find detailed information on the structure of the master’s program in Competition Law and Regulation. Read more and download relevant documents here. Please contact our program managers if you have any questions.
Students enrolled in the master’s program in Competition Law and Regulation have the opportunity to go abroad as part of their studies.
The Department of Law has a large and comprehensive network of partner universities around the world, and can advise you on planning a period of study abroad. The ideal point in time to spend a semester abroad is the fourth semester. If you want to spend more than one semester abroad, it is also possible to integrate a longer period of study abroad into your program. However, a stay abroad is not mandatory. It's also not regularly integrated into the curriculum, so that an extension of the study period cannot be ruled out completely.
You can find out more about a period of study abroad under International! The international coordinators at the Department of Law are also happy to help.