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European and international Business, Competition and Regulatory Law (MBL)

Magister legum (LL.M.)

European and international Business, Competition and Regulatory Law (MBL)


Start Date: October

Application Deadline: Applies to:
May 31 All Students
(application start: 15 January)
Admission Decisions released: July 1


Established: 2009

Course Language: English

Entry Requirements: LLB/JD or equivalent law degree,
Non-law graduate degree with working experience in the subject area

Full time: yes

Length: 12 Months

Tuition fee: Applies to :
EUR 8000All Students

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What the school says:


The Department of Law of the Freie Universität Berlin is presenting a masters programme in international and European business, competition and regulatory law (MBL-FU). This programme offers postgraduate students tuition in special areas of European and international business law – such as antitrust, international contract and corporate law and European telecommunication and energy law – which are becoming increasingly important. The MBL-FU is intended to give young jurists and economists from businesses, law firms and public authorities the opportunity to gain in-depth, specialist knowledge in the areas of business and competition law as well as on regulation in the energy and electronic communication sectors in order to enhance their professional skills. The course is based on a learning concept which combines traditional “in-class” teaching on Fridays and Saturdays with electronic communication via the university’s internet platform and independent study. Apart from professors of business law, specialised legal practitioners from competition and regulation authorities and law firms with a great deal of case experience will instruct the students. The course allows the students to choose whether they wish to focus on energy or telecommunication law, enabling specialisation as required by their particular profession. The course language is English. Students will be mentored by tutors in different languages with knowledge, for example, of Russian, Polish and Spanish law.

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