European integration - F700096

Specific course requirements

The course is divided into two parts:

  • Economic part: it is recommended to have at least an introductory knowledge of economics.
    The economic part deals with Internal market, Monetary union, ECB, etc
  • Legal and political part: students are required to be able to read and analyse cases of the court of Justice.
    This part is about: External Policy, Education, Human rights, The supremacy of European law, Emission trading system, etc.

For both parts, it is recommended to have a knowledge of the institutional system of the European Union and its development.

    General course specifications

    Consult the general specifications of this course in the exchange programme in economics and business admin.