In her research, Professor Kataryna WOLCZUK focuses on the EU's relations with the Eastern neighbours as well as Russia’s policy towards the post-Soviet states. This year, she became the Chairholder...
The GCLC awards a Prize for the best thesis in competition law and policy. This prize is open to all students from the legal studies department or the ELEA programme in Bruges and from the campus in Natolin. The prized dissertation will be published in a specialized review in competition law and economics (Concurrences for dissertations in French and World Competition for dissertations in English). Students will be requested to hand in an extra copy of their thesis in May.
An expert GCLC Jury decides on the award. To apply for the prize, the dissertation must: (i) have earned a mark of at least 15/20 (for the written assessment); and (ii) be deemed publishable according to the College’s standards.
The shortlisted dissertations are made public during the graduation ceremony. The name of the laureate is announced on the website of the GCLC and the prize is awarded publicly at an event organized by the GCLC (Lunch Talk or Conference) after the graduation ceremony.