Regular fees: 3330 GBP
Economic evidence and analysis play a crucial role in cases brought before the European Commission, national authorities and courts. Our Economics for Competition Law is a classic distance-learning programme that brings economic theory to the practice of competition law by covering conceptual foundations as applied in the context of competition law.
This programme is studied by professionals alongside full time work commitments. The estimated time commitment is 240 hours of self study plus 32 hours teaching at the weekend seminars. Further time is needed in April for the coursework and May for examination preparation. Students are expected to manage their time independently.
Please note that the optional MA (second year) is only available for application once the Postgraduate Diploma has been completed at Merit level.
At King's you can enquire about the programme by sending an email via firstname.lastname@example.org to the Senior Programme Officer.
- Gives an in-depth insight into the application of Economics to Competition Law.
- Course materials are written by experts in the field.
- Weekend seminars led by programme directors.
- Can be studied anywhere in the world.
- Hard copy study material with online additional support, traditional one year cohort
- Established programme with an enviable reputation in the sector and exceptional ratings by students. In the 2019 Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (PTES) 114 students out of 118 at the Centre of European Law agreed to the statement: Overall, I am satisfied with the quality of the course.