LL.M. in Competition Law
From now on, the LL.M. programme in competition law will be jointly organised with the University of Liege (ULiege) and Saint-Louis University (USL-B). Students who pass their exams and dissertation will receive an ‘Interuniversity Certificate in Competition Law’, which is worth 32 credits.
The Brussels School (BSC) was established in 2010 under the auspices of FEB and became a private foundation in 2015. Its competition law and economics programme has gone from strength to strength owing to the high demand for training in this field, which is of strategic importance for companies. The courses will be held at the BluePoint Brussels and online.
Presentation of the LL.M.
in Competition Law and Economics
The Brussels School (BSC) is a non-profit organisation based in Brussels, with a mission to foster education, compliance and research in the field of competition law and economics.
This programme meets an expectation within the community of Belgian and European competition law practitioners, offering them training that is tailored to the demands of their professional life and provides information in an accurate, critical and exhaustive way.
For legal practitioners who are not specialists in competition law (company lawyers, for example) but are increasingly called on to deal with it, this certificate offers initial and practical training on the subject.
The course is taught in Brussels, a leading world capital of competition policy.
Brussels is the seat of the European Commission, the European competition authority. It is also home to many major Belgian and foreign companies, as well as the Belgian competition institutions and most of the legal and consulting firms specialising in this area. This makes Brussels a focal point of demand for training and expertise (know-how) in competition law.
Upgrade of their knowledge
The first key objective is to offer competition
law practitioners a serious and full upgrade
of their knowledge
Train legal advisers
The second one is to train legal advisers in
companies, administrations and other
economic operators so as to enable them to
reduce the risk of infringing competition law.
In-depth knowledge of all aspects of competition law, theoretical, practical and political. By the end of the programme, students will have a full understanding of all facets of the subject. The programme also focuses on national competition law, according to the teachers’ nationalities.
Skills acquired during
Particularly industrial economy
Contentious and non-contentious proceedings, administrative and judicial proceedings
The challenges of public decision-making
The LL.M. programme has been designed to meet the needs of companies and their counsels, who have to cope with increasingly complex competition rules and the unprecedented economic risks arising from the enforcement of those rules. It targets in particular:
Business Lawyers and economic consultants
(junior and senior) seeking to expand, improve or refresh their knowledge of competition law and economics.
not only in-house lawyers, but also managers, executives and public affairs experts who come across competition issues in their daily business activities.
from competition agencies, sectoral regulators, public administrations and state-owned compagnies, who regularly have to deal with situations involving competition law.
in law or economics who seek to add another string to their bow.
What they say about us?
GDF SUEZ Group
The BSC program was especially suited for my situation, allowing me to learn the EU Competition law and economics without disturbing my professional career. The outstanding quality of the professors provides students with the availability to think out of the box by solving competition cases inside and outside the classroom.
Company Lawyer & Accredited Mediator – Brussels, Belgium
Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton
I really enjoyed the strong practitioner-focus on current day antitrust law and economics. Seminars are well-designed, reflecting dynamic trends in competition.