Knowledge:Students are expected to acquire extensive and advanced knowledge of the EU legal system. Familiarity with the sources of law, as well as with the basic legal system of the European Union, is intended to be the minmum result of the course. Learning will be based on the materials referred to or provided by the teaching staff. If required, academic guidance will be available on-line. In this regard, the teaching staff is committed to providing guidance that is tailored to the specific needs of individual students.
Skills:Students are expected to develop their ability to find their way through the complex EU legal framework when confronted with EU affairs. One of the crucial skills to be honed by students is the selection, usage and management of documentary sources and doctrinal materials.
Attitudes:Students are encouraged to have a positive attitude towards the inter-relation of the various aspects of the EU legal and institutional organization. A good disposition towards autonomous work is essential to maximize the results of the course.
This combination of knowledge, skills and attitudes will prepare students for the task of understanding the complexities of the EU legal framework, providing them with the tools required to understand the challenges it faces and its possible evolution and development.