Are monopolies allowed within the EU? How can a German company protect itself against aid from the Dutch government to Philips? If you find these questions interesting, then this degree is for you!
The European Market Law program covers the central aspects of European Market Law, meaning that students learn about the many different types of law, including institutional law, labor law, tax law, and the European protection of human rights.
The program consists of six courses encompassing a broad range of topics, some incorporating a political science approach . In addition, you will attend a masters seminar and write a thesis. The language of instruction and examination is English.
Why in Groningen?
This programme covers all aspects of European Market Law. The lecturers in classes have a very personal approach towards the students.
The programme is designed to equip its graduates for work in major law firms, the Community Institutions and as in-house lawyers. It is also suitable for those who are interested in the interaction between law and politics or for those who are looking for a career in policy-making or policy-influencing roles.