The programme offers courses in all the main topics of European Union Law, as well as the European protection of Human Rights. It covers a wide variety of areas, ranging from EU competition law to EU external relations law, from European social policy to internal market regulation and EU institutional law.
The research programme has three components (‘trias europea’): the institutional structure of the Union, the protection of fundamental rights in an integrated Europe, and the regulation of economic relations. These three topics reappear in every component of the Master’s Programme in European Law. In particular, attention is paid on the one hand to the institutional structure of the Union (looking at the present Treaty structure as well as the proposed reforms in the Treaty of Lisbon) and the manner in which compliance with the fundamental rights within the legal order of the Union is ensured. On the other hand, lectures also focus on the position of the European Union in the world, the relation between EU law and national law, and the way in which trade and commerce is regulated by the EU.
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