The course is organised by The Florence School of Regulation, Communications and Media (FSR C&M) and by the Florence Competition Programme (FCP), two programmes based at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies (RSCAS) of the European University Institute (EUI). These programmes provide state-of-the-art training for practitioners, carry out analytical and empirical research, and promote informed discussions on key policy issues in regulation and competition. Their flagship activity is the Joint Annual Training “Competition & Regulation for the Digital Era”.
Participants are invited to attend a series of webinars that aim at investigating and debating to what extent the socio-economic challenges brought on by the COVID19 outbreak could have altered the priorities and focus of policymakers, business actors and consumers regarding 5G. The webinars will take place every Thursday at lunchtime, via Zoom. Participation is free of charge. However, prior online registration is required for each webinar.
The course is designed for professionals interested in gaining in-depth knowledge over a short period of time, including in particular:
At the end of the course, participants can earn a certificate depending on their level of engagement and performance throughout the course.
Level 1: Certificate of Attendance
Awarded to all participants
Level 2: Certificate of Excellence
Awarded to participants that complete the weekly assignments on time, take part in most of the live classes (3 out of 5) and deliver the final assignments by 27 November 2020
All participants will be awarded a Level 1 Certificate upon receipt of the fee payment, to be submitted before the course starts.
General course fee: 1000 €
Discounted fee for donors, officials from National Regulatory Authorities (NRAs) and National Competition Authorities (NCAs): 700 €
Paid registration fee is non-refundable.
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