Business Economics: Competition Law and Economics (track)
This one year research based Master programme has a strong international focus on the functioning of organisations in regulated competitive environments.
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Competition is one of the prime organising principles of a market economy. Companies perform better because of it; laws protect its processes, and international institutions enforce these laws when competition comes under threat. In the Competition Law and Economics track, students of the Business Economics Master’s programme learn to understand the intricacies of competition and the regulations that govern it. A track for future business leaders and policy makers that would enjoy working in and with competitive markets.
- Combine economics classes with courses in law by the Amsterdam Law School;
- Prepare for a career in large corporations, specialised consultancies, dedicated NGO’s and competition agencies worldwide, or in parts of government concerned with competition and regulation;
- Enjoy a strong research focus, highly qualified international staff and passionate discussion with fellow students from competitive economies over the world.
One Master’s programme, three tracks
The Master's programme in Business Economics currently offers three top-level academic specialisation tracks:
All three tracks offer a common knowledge base in Business Economics, as well as in-depth specialised courses and subject matter.
After successful completion of this programme, you will receive a legally accredited Master’s degree in Business Economics and the title Master of Science (MSc).
Rankings and reputation
The Amsterdam School of Economics (ASE) at the University of Amsterdam is an excellently ranked school with an international focus and highly rated researchers and lecturers. Read more about our rankings and reputation.
- Degree programme
- Regular study programme
- 60 ECTS, 12 months
- Language of instruction
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