How Europe Works: Institutions & Law in the EU (ILEU)
This business law programme is a unique blend of business, law, politics, language and culture, offering students the chance to undertake a demanding, in-depth study of the European Union. It addresses the political and legal functions of the EU.
- Date: July 2-22, 2017 (three weeks)
- Course Content:
- European Governance
- Human Rights and Labour in the EU
- EU Corporate and Competition Law
The course programme also includes:
- Academic support program: Study visits to (political) institutions
- Introductory German language lessons
- Course Language: English
Proof of English proficiency (TOEFL ibt 90 or equivalent) is required.
- Target Group: Upper undergraduate students of law, business and public administration, international relations and related fields (after two years of study) or graduates with good standing.
- Number of Participants: Approx. 20-25
Students' Hostel: double rooms with private bath and breakfast, no kitchenette.
Arrival July 2 (move-in), departure July 22 (move-out).
On weekdays lunch can be purchased in the student cafeteria for very reasonable prices.
Culture and Leisure Time Program:
The International Office team offers participants a wide variety of optional cultural and social events in Berlin and surrounding area about twice a week. This may include visits to UNESCO World Heritage sites (Museum Island in Berlin, Castles and Gardens in Potsdam), Berlin Wall Museum and Holocaust Museum, excursion to the Memorial Sachsenhausen, a boat trip, Beach Bar, and many other activities.
- 75 contact hours
- 60 contact hours business course incl. academic support program
- 15 contact hours German language & culture at beginners level
- 7 ECTS credits
- One class hour is 45 min long.