The Brussels School of Competition (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. It is organised under the auspices of the Federation of Enterprises in Belgium (FEB).
Friday 14 October 2016, Friday 21 October 2016, Friday 28 October 2016
This module will cover in particular the following topics :
1. Collusion and leniency in economic theory
2. Economic and historical background
of cartel enforcement
3. Types of cartel practices
4. Administrative procedure
5. The leniency...
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Prof. Nicolas Petit, Professor of Law at ULg, Prof. Wouter Vergote, Professor of Economics at USL-B, and Benoît Durand, Partner at RBB Economics, will give this year’s opening lecture on General Introduction to Competition Law and Economics.
A kind reminder that the Interuniversity Certificate in Competition Law is compatible with attendees’ busy schedules. Classes are held every Friday afternoon at FEB, Rue Ravenstein 4, 1000 Brussels from 1.00 to 6.00 p.m.
The programme is divided into 10 modules and 3 seminars covering the key topics (which can be taken separately, if so desired): cartels, abuse of dominant position, distribution agreements, mergers and acquisitions, State aid, and so on. Click here to learn more about the programme.
Lawyers attending the LL.M. programme, or part of it, are entitled to continuing professional development (CPD) points from the Vlaamse Balie (15 points per module) and OBFG (15 points per module).
Don't miss this opportunity to acquire in-depth knowledge and a thorough understanding of competition law and economics and enrol now for the module(s) of your choice or for the certificate Click here.
Join us at the Brussels School of Competition for what looks to be a very promising academic year!
Brussels School of Competition
Official recognition for our diploma!
The Brussels School of Competition has some exciting news: the diploma it offers has now been certified. From now on, the programme in competition law will be jointly organised with the University of Liège and Saint-Louis University. Students who pass their exams will receive an ‘interuniversity certificate in competition law’, which is worth 32 credits.
The Brussels School of Competition (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 also continue to be held at the FEB conference centre, bringing the programme into contact with the world of business.
This certification represents genuine recognition for the work of the Brussels School of Competition and encourages us to continue our efforts in providing top-quality training. However, our greatest source of pride is seeing our former students now fulfilling key roles in renowned law firms, consultancies, major companies and competition authorities. We could not have asked for more.
The academic year 2016-2017 will start in September 2016 and end in June 2017.
Download here the application form for 2016-2017 and send it back to the BSC to email@example.com
Should you have any questions, please contact Valeria Bustos Sierra, BSC Manager firstname.lastname@example.org
The programme in a Nutshell
The 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.
The Brussels School of Competition (BSC) was delighted to be able to welcome Bruno Lasserre, President of the French Competition Authority, as the special guest at its degree awards ceremony this year. A leading figure in competition law, Bruno Lasserre gave an inspiring speech on the challenges posed by the digital economy.
Graduates received their degrees from BSC directors Charles Gheur and Nicolas Petit. The large number of graduates demonstrates that just five years after it was first established, the BSC has made its mark as the training provider of choice for those wanting to broaden their knowledge of competition law and economics.
Click here to see pictures of the ceremony.