LLM in Competition Law in Europe


terra2019
Hello everyone!

I'm looking for the most interesting and probably prestigious LLM opportunities in Europe in the competition law area and would be very grateful for any thoughts and recommendations.

I've graduated from a non-EU university several years ago and spent 5+ years with an international law firm in my home country specializing in antitrust and competition matters. I have a good GPA (5:0) which I understand allows me to consider a plenty of options (let's leave the financial aspect out for now :)). The program should be taught in English.

I have excluded any UK programs mainly due to Brexit. Also, they seem to have unreasonably high tuition fees, as compared to continental Europe. My own list includes only two universities: Liege Competition and Innovation Institute in Belgium (LL.M. in European Competition and IP Law) and FU Berlin (Master of Business, Competition and Regulatory Law (MBL), although its official title was recently changed to "Legum Magister of Business Law (LL.M. MBL)).

If anyone can also shed some light on the potential to find a job in the EU after completing such program bearing in mind that my university degree was obtained in a non-EU country, that would be great.

Cheers!
Hello everyone!

I'm looking for the most interesting and probably prestigious LLM opportunities in Europe in the competition law area and would be very grateful for any thoughts and recommendations.

I've graduated from a non-EU university several years ago and spent 5+ years with an international law firm in my home country specializing in antitrust and competition matters. I have a good GPA (5:0) which I understand allows me to consider a plenty of options (let's leave the financial aspect out for now :)). The program should be taught in English.

I have excluded any UK programs mainly due to Brexit. Also, they seem to have unreasonably high tuition fees, as compared to continental Europe. My own list includes only two universities: Liege Competition and Innovation Institute in Belgium (LL.M. in European Competition and IP Law) and FU Berlin (Master of Business, Competition and Regulatory Law (MBL), although its official title was recently changed to "Legum Magister of Business Law (LL.M. MBL)).

If anyone can also shed some light on the potential to find a job in the EU after completing such program bearing in mind that my university degree was obtained in a non-EU country, that would be great.

Cheers!
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terra2019
I would be grateful for any comments on the above :)
I would be grateful for any comments on the above :)
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ElsD
KU Leuven (Belgium) provides an LL.M. Program focused on International and European Business Law. Tuition fee is EUR 6000. QS University ranking of KU Leuven is 80, QS Law School ranking of the Law Faculty is 37.
KU Leuven (Belgium) provides an LL.M. Program focused on International and European Business Law. Tuition fee is EUR 6000. QS University ranking of KU Leuven is 80, QS Law School ranking of the Law Faculty is 37.
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Krabo
Hi terra2019, I am interested whether you considered Leuphana University Lünburg's LLM in Competition and Regulation. Thanks.
Hi terra2019, I am interested whether you considered Leuphana University Lünburg's LLM in Competition and Regulation. Thanks.
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