TILEC members play a key role in (research) masters level and doctoral level education at the Law School and the School of Economics and Management.
TILEC members teach courses in the Master’s program:
Economics: Competition and Regulation1 year English Starts end of August and end of January
Use economic methods and models to identify regulations that ensure fair competition while mitigating negative economic effects. In the Competition and Regulation track you'll combine insights from economics, industrial organization and competition law to business strategies and regulatory policies. This is a track of MSc Economics.
International Business Law: Digital Innovation in Commerce and Finance (LLM)1 year English Starts end of August
Examine the role of lawyers in a rapidly evolving business environment, where new technologies and the call for more ethical business practices change the way in which we conduct business.
Master in International and European Law
If you are interested in a Master's program in International and European Law, you can choose between two specialized tracks; European Law and Global Risk or International Law and Global Governance.
Law and Technology (LLM)1 year English Starts end of August and end of January
In addition to traditional legal doctrine, you will also learn about regulatory issues in the spheres of public, private, and criminal law, and such subjects as comparative law, jurisprudence, ethics, and the influence of the choice of a particular technology on the type of regulation and public administration.
Research Master's program
TILEC members also contribute to the Research Master programs of their parent schools:
Research Master in Economics2 years English Starts end of August
CentER's Research Master (RM) in Economics is an intensive two years program. It prepares you for academic research in economics with graduate level coursework and research training. After completing the RM program most students continue with PhD research in economics.