£2360 (£1600 during the tuition waiver period)
This course will equip learners with knowledge of the European Union legal system and the main substantive aspects of the European Union laws. The unit aims to enable learners to understand the history that led to the creation of the union, the political institutions of the EU, the role and the jurisdiction of the Court of Justice. Learners will be introduced to the fundamental rights given to individuals guaranteed by the Union and to the relationship between European and national laws.
The Rationale for Creation of the EU
The Institutions of the European Union
The European Union Laws are Enforced
EU law on the Free Movements of Goods
EU law on the Free Movements of Persons and the Freedom of Establishment
1. Understand the rationale for the European union’s creation
2. Understand the institutions of the European Union
3. Understand how European Union laws are enforced
4. Understand EU law on the free movement of goods
5. Understand EU law on the free movements of persons and the freedom of establishment
Citizens of the following countries are eligible for a 50% scholarship upon writing a personal statement. All scholarships are to be approved by the Academic Board. The list of countries are: Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Philippines, Bhutan, Morocco, Vietnam, Papua New Guinea, Laos, Cambodia, India, Nigeria, Ghana, Bangladesh, Laos, Myanmar, Pakistan, Nepal and South Africa. Please talk to your student counselor and ask for the Coupon Code to get the 50% Tuition Waiver.
To pass the unit a 40% overall grade must be achieved.