European Union market law


lapsa
Hi all. Am keen on specialising in EU market regulation, and am curious about Amsterdam's European Competition Law and Regulation & Groningen's European Econ Law programmes. Anyone with personal experience with these? Or any other suggestions for decent programmes within Benelux?
Hi all. Am keen on specialising in EU market regulation, and am curious about Amsterdam's European Competition Law and Regulation & Groningen's European Econ Law programmes. Anyone with personal experience with these? Or any other suggestions for decent programmes within Benelux?
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Mombastic
Hi all. Am keen on specialising in EU market regulation, and am curious about Amsterdam's European Competition Law and Regulation & Groningen's European Econ Law programmes. Anyone with personal experience with these? Or any other suggestions for decent programmes within Benelux?


I would strongly recommend KU Leuven. I wanted to apply to Amsterdam, but I've skipped it in the end because i) the application fee was ridiculously expensive (100 Eur last year) and ii) the courses at KUL were superb.

They have a specialisation in International and European Business Law. You can study inter alia WTO or International Business Law (that's in the international sphere) and European Competition, Labour, Company, Transport, Financial Regulation, Investment, the Substantive Law of the EU, etc. Also, KUL is I think the best in law in the Benelux, well reputed, and Leuven is a cosy town with great chocolate.

[Edited by Mombastic on Feb 14, 2018]

[quote]Hi all. Am keen on specialising in EU market regulation, and am curious about Amsterdam's European Competition Law and Regulation & Groningen's European Econ Law programmes. Anyone with personal experience with these? Or any other suggestions for decent programmes within Benelux?[/quote]

I would strongly recommend KU Leuven. I wanted to apply to Amsterdam, but I've skipped it in the end because i) the application fee was ridiculously expensive (100 Eur last year) and ii) the courses at KUL were superb.

They have a specialisation in International and European Business Law. You can study inter alia WTO or International Business Law (that's in the international sphere) and European Competition, Labour, Company, Transport, Financial Regulation, Investment, the Substantive Law of the EU, etc. Also, KUL is I think the best in law in the Benelux, well reputed, and Leuven is a cosy town with great chocolate.
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lapsa
Hi all. Am keen on specialising in EU market regulation, and am curious about Amsterdam's European Competition Law and Regulation & Groningen's European Econ Law programmes. Anyone with personal experience with these? Or any other suggestions for decent programmes within Benelux?


I would strongly recommend KU Leuven. I wanted to apply to Amsterdam, but I've skipped it in the end because i) the application fee was ridiculously expensive (100 Eur last year) and ii) the courses at KUL were superb.

They have a specialisation in International and European Business Law. You can study inter alia WTO or International Business Law (that's in the international sphere) and European Competition, Labour, Company, Transport, Financial Regulation, Investment, the Substantive Law of the EU, etc. Also, KUL is I think the best in law in the Benelux, well reputed, and Leuven is a cosy town with great chocolate.


Cheers for the suggestion Mombastic. Looking at their profile though, they only have Master of Intellectual Property & ICT Law at the moment.

[Edited by lapsa on Feb 14, 2018]

[quote][quote]Hi all. Am keen on specialising in EU market regulation, and am curious about Amsterdam's European Competition Law and Regulation & Groningen's European Econ Law programmes. Anyone with personal experience with these? Or any other suggestions for decent programmes within Benelux?[/quote]

I would strongly recommend KU Leuven. I wanted to apply to Amsterdam, but I've skipped it in the end because i) the application fee was ridiculously expensive (100 Eur last year) and ii) the courses at KUL were superb.

They have a specialisation in International and European Business Law. You can study inter alia WTO or International Business Law (that's in the international sphere) and European Competition, Labour, Company, Transport, Financial Regulation, Investment, the Substantive Law of the EU, etc. Also, KUL is I think the best in law in the Benelux, well reputed, and Leuven is a cosy town with great chocolate. [/quote]

Cheers for the suggestion Mombastic. Looking at their profile though, they only have Master of Intellectual Property & ICT Law at the moment.
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lapsa
Or were you referring to specific courses at KU, Mombastic, and not entire LLM per say?
Or were you referring to specific courses at KU, Mombastic, and not entire LLM per say?
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