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Subject's code : 26620090
The aim of Module 9 -through its 11 Sessions-, is to provide students with the competence to critically evaluate the application of all previous learning in strategic context, providing comprehensive perception of methods and forms of cooperation. To identify and apply good practices in cooperation in the context of border guard management relating to such issues as investigation of cross-border crimes, policies, procedures, and so on. Module 9 also foresees enhancing the ability to apply multi-institutional, multidisciplinary and multicultural approaches.
As Learning Outcomes dealt on completion of this Module, the students will be able to interpret and critically review international, EU and national cooperation mechanisms and identify barriers and solutions for productive cooperation in border security; selectively identify working principles of the international institutions and national authorities that impact on the cooperation in border security related to the EU; critically evaluate border security cooperation in the operational multicultural and multidisciplinary environment and propose feasible tactics to improve cooperation; critically evaluate the level of cooperation in cross-border investigations and find solutions to improve intra-service, inter-agency and international cooperation.