C3053 - General introduction to European Union law
Anyone wishing to prepare a state examination, any civil servant or anyone willing to understand and to apply European law.
- Appreciate the distribution of powers between the EU and the Member
- Distinguish the EU institutions and other European organizations (OSCE,
WEU, NATO, Council of Europe).
- Learn about European citizenship.
- Understand the decision-making processes and learn about the hierarchy of
European norms, their primacy and direct effect (the relationship between EU
law and national law).
- Learn about free trade and discover the concepts of Freedom, Security and
Justice in European Union law.
- Consider the European Union's place in the world common foreign and
security policy, defense policy, trade policy and humanitarian
None. However it is recommended to have notions of law.