|Master of Laws (LLM)
Commercial Law & Business Law
|16 Jan 2024 passed
|European Economic Law
|Annual tuition (EEA)
|Annual tuition (non-EEA)
Our one-year LL.M. in European Economic Law (EEL) is an internationally renowned programme which over the course of its 20 years of existence has developed a distinctive profile with a blend of competition law, financial law and social law.
The European Union of today is the result of a bold and remarkably successful project of economic and political integration. The law of the European Union permeates ever growing areas of social and economic activity in the EU Member States and directly affects economic operators as well as ordinary citizens. In-depth knowledge and understanding of the legal system and the functioning of the Union are therefore major assets for any law student who wants to develop professionally in the European Union. Even for lawyers working outside the borders of the Union, advanced knowledge of EU law can open exciting career opportunities and give an invaluable competitive advantage.
The principal object of study in the LL.M. in European Economic Law is the legal system of the European Union, approached from an Internal Market perspective. Apart from advanced level knowledge in substantive European economic law, the programme gives students a theoretical and methodological foundation for further independent research, development and other qualified work within this area of law. The programme offers a unique opportunity to advance your career in a dynamic and highly relevant area of law.
The courses are taught by leading professors and researchers at Stockholm University, by internationally renowned guest professors, judges and advocate generals from the European Court of Justice, as well as leading Swedish practitioners.
The programme is a full-time course of study and requires active participation.