For the conduct of international and transnational business, knowledge of and compliance with public regulation relating to market access and business conduct is crucial. The “Business Regulation” specialization offers a broad range of courses by distinguished experts in topics such as global trade law, the law of the EU Internal Market, tax law and competition law.
To acquire a specialization, students must obtain 18 credits and submit a Master's thesis in their selected field. The remaining credits can be freely chosen.
The following courses are within the specialization:
- Investment Arbitration
- Energy Arbitration
- Foundations Law and Technology
- International and European Trade Law and Market Regulation
- International Tax Law
- Foundations International Company and Competition Law
- Regulatory and Investigative Issues in Global Sports
- Financial Contracts and Financial Regulation
- New Generation Trade Agreements / Advanced Investment Lawa.* This course is not available for 2019/2020.
- Business and Human Rights
- Mobility of High-Skilled Workers * This course is not available for 2019/2020.
- Tax Law Advanced (EU-Tax Law or Transfer Pricing) * This course is not available for 2019/2020.
- International Banking Regulations
About the School
General Program: International Business Law. Specializations available: International Business Law and Innovation; International Business Law and Sports; International Business Disputes; International ... Read More