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September 2024 - Online

Part-time | Online | 1 - 2 years | Modular Study

The Centre for Competition Policy at the University of East Anglia (UEA) is delighted to offer a Postgraduate Certificate qualification in Competition and Regulatory Policy. The course is designed to provide the core economic foundation for professionals practising in competition law, applied economic regulation and related policy. The course is offered in close collaboration and with the support of the UEA’s Norwich Business School, School of Economics and the School of Law.

The course is intended for professionals who are seeking to deepen their understanding and capacities with respect to competition and regulatory policy. Students study a variety of topics that can enhance their skills for case work, government or advisory decision making.

Module Options:

  • Industrial Organisation Principles (September 2024)
  • Core Industrial Organisation* (September 2024)
  • Special Topics in Industrial Organisation (November 2024)
  • Competition and Regulatory Law (January 2025)
  • Core Statistics* (January 2025)
  • Empirical Industrial Organisation* (March 2025)
  • Digital Policy (April 2025)
  • Behavioural Policy (May 2025)
  • Regulatory Economics (July 2025)

The course is able to offer a technical and non-technical pathway. *Denotes a technical module which would require an engagement with economic maths and equations. Students will select their 6 preferred modules and complete an assessment per module to obtain the Postgraduate Certificate, awarded by the University of East Anglia.

Testamonials

I was part of the first cohort to complete this course, and can highly recommend it for those with some background in economics or law looking to increase their expertise in the fields of competition and regulation. (CCP21)

This is an excellent advanced program for people with some background in competition. The course provides high level insights in economics, law, digital policy, behavioural economics, and regulatory economics in a very systematic way. All the presentations are up to date and provide a detailed analysis of the most recent and relevant cases; and on what we might expect in the years to come in competition and from the regulators. Having small groups was a privilege because it is easier for everyone to share their views and pose questions; and allows a closer interaction with each of the very impressive list of instructors. (CCP21)

The course was indeed interesting and rewarding. I appreciated the level of flexibility in the choice of modules aligned to my interests in my present work path, the high calibre of Professors who possessed extensive competition law experience and married same with current case law and present day studies and the rigour and intensity of the programme has only better equipped me to be more agile and adaptable. (CCP22)

Students may also attend modules on a credit-only basis, taking as few or many as suits their professional needs.

Certificate Rate (6/9 modules): £3,950

Per Stand-Alone Module:

Private Practitioner Rate £995

Public Sector / CCP Subscription Member Rate £850

You will be notified further when the formal University application portal opens.

CCP and the University of East Anglia

Masters courses

Members from the Centre teach on three post-graduate masters courses at the University of East Anglia. These courses have a significant competition policy element and students who enrol through one of these schools will receive training in their discipline from both the associated school and from CCP members.tion pathway)

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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.

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