This course concerns the structure and functioning of European Union Courts which includes not only the study of the organs of this nature, but also their functioning in the European Multilevel system, which leads to interrelate their competences with those of European Union Member States courts, where appropriate.
The Court of Justice interprets EU law guaranteeing an uniform application in all EU Member States. Both, its composition and functions are complex but the establishment of a jurisdiction in the EU is one of its most important features. Through this course, students have to meet a knowledge of the jurisdictional structure in the European Union by studying the European Court of Justice: concept, structure and functions; the General Court: concept, structure and roles; and roles and relationships of both of them with internal organs of EU Member States.
ThisOfficialMaster on the European Union offersstudents ahigh-level academic education thatallows them to achieveoptimum conditionsto develop their professional andacademic career. It is intendedto provide students withahigh-level trainingthat willplace them in optimal conditionsto work inprofessional or academicenviroments.
The fundamental roleof this type of degrees inEuropeanUnion countriesis a consequenceof the central placea college education must have fora better understandingof the process ofintegration.For thisreason,thedifferentdegrees inEuropeanUnion Studiesarea priorityfor the European institutionsandMember States, among which UNED is not an exception.