All courses offer close collaboration with research conducted by CCP and, with senior advisory links with the European Commission, the UK Competition and Markets Authority and the financial and utility regulators, you will be able to work in an environment at the forefront of policy debates in competition economics at international level.

Through attending the Centre's weekly seminars, which are open to masters students, you have a unique chance to interact with academic staff and researchers drawn from across the disciplines of Economics, Law, Business and Political Science, all of whom have a wide range of knowledge and interest in competition policy and regulation, giving you the skills needed to work within a multi-discipline environments.

CCP and the University of East Anglia

PhD Programme

We run a successful and lively PhD Programme with students within the Schools of law, economics, political sciences and the Norwich Business School.