This programme of study covers relevant regulations related to European Union law; commission decisions and notices; judgments of the court of first instance and the European Court of Justice.
Modules include: An introduction to the treaties, including the european community institutions and legislative procedures; free movement of goods and people (including citizenship); freedom of establishment; freedom to provide services; free movement of capital and economic and monetary union; competition law; social policy; environmental law; external relations; judicial review of EC law, including liability of EC institutions; enforcement of EC law with regard to the protection of an individual's rights in national courts and to the applicable procedures; research methods.
Course Additional Entry
A degree in Law or in a related discipline, or a upper 2nd Class Honours standard (or equivalent in the case of degrees differently graded), or qualified barrister or solicitor status; applications from candidates who have achieved a comparable academic level through past studies and where previous study, work or experience has made the applicant a suitable candidate for admission may also be considered.
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