European Union and International Law

Universidad Pontificia Comillas
Em Madrid (Espanha)

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  • Curso
  • Madrid (Espanha)
  • 90 horas letivas
  • Duração:
    1 Mês

To explore in depth the process of European integration, its institutional systems and its judicial structures.

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Instalações e datas

Início Localização
C/ Alberto Aguilera 23, 28015, Madrid, Espanha
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Perguntas frequentes:

· Quais são os objetivos deste curso?

With the final aim of providing the student with knowledge necessary for analysis, critical and constructive, of the main goals of the Union: to implement European citizenship; to guarantee freedom, security and justice; to foment economic and social progress; and to affirm the role of Europe in the world. To undertake the study of international judicial structure as a complete system, and, in particular, its "sources". To broaden knowledge of the fundamental institutions of this judicial order. Special reference to international organisations.

· Público alvo

Undergraduate and postgraduate students from Spain or abroad who want to experience internationalization, studying the areas of knowledge covered in depth.

· Requisitos

The following documents must be provided: • Application form • A letter of recommendation from one of the lecturers at your host university. • A photocopy of your passport. • A photocopy of the compulsory medical insurance. • A copy of the confirmation of the bank transfer for payment of the course. • Document which certifies the applicant´s level of Spanish (for students from non-Spanish-speaking countries). Application deadline: Before April 30.

O que se aprende nesse curso?

European Union
International public law
European Law


European Union and European Law (40 hours)

International Public Law (40 hours)

90 hours (80 class hours + 10 hours of technical and cultural visits)

· Technical visits to businesses and public and private institutions and bodies relating to the content of the course.

· Cultural visits to the Prado Museum and the Monastery of El Escorial.