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Basic EU Law

  • Number of credits 7.5 credits
  • Level Bachelor's level
  • Starting Spring Term 2022

Admitted to the course

Here you will find everything you need to know before the course starts.

About the course

The aim of the course is for the students to attain basic knowledge of the EU legal system. The course begins with a presentation of the historical background of the EU and its institutional structure. The character of sources of Union law, the legislative process and the relationship between the legal system of the EU and those of the Member States are thereafter studied. Completing the course gives access to the advance level courses Kommersiell EU-rätt and Konstitutionell EU-rätt.

Application and eligibility

Basic EU Law, 7.5 credits

Det finns inga tidigare terminer för kursen Spring Term 2022 Visa tillfällen för efterkommande termin

The information below is only for exchange students

Starts

17 January 2022

Ends

23 March 2022

Study location

Umeå

Language

English

Type of studies

Daytime, 50%

Required Knowledge

General entry requirements

Selection

Students applying for courses within a double degree exchange agreement, within the departments own agreements will be given first priority. Then will - in turn - candidates within the departments own agreements, faculty agreements, central exchange agreements and other departmental agreements be selected.

Application code

UMU-A2515

Application

This application round is only intended for nominated exchange students. Information about deadlines can be found in the e-mail instruction that nominated students receive. The application period is closed.

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