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HALJUA24 European Union Law 5 ECTS
Implementation is also a part of open university teaching
Periods
Period I Period II Period II Period IV
Language of instruction
English
Type or level of studies
Intermediate studies
Course unit descriptions in the curriculum
Degree Programme in Administrative Studies
Public Law
School of Management

Learning outcomes

Student has basic knowledge of the structure, institutions and decision making of the European Union. Student knows the background of the integration, can observe the present and is able to imagine the possibilities of tomorrow. Student understands the uniqueness of EU law, recognizes the most essential principles and familiarizes with the basics of material EU law.

Enrolment for University Studies

Enrolment time has expired

Enrolment for Open University Studies

24.11.2016

Teachers

Heta Heiskanen, Teacher responsible
heta.heiskanen[ät]uta.fi
Heta Heiskanen, Teacher responsible
Heta.Heiskanen[ät]uta.fi
Harri Kalimo, Teacher

Teaching

30-Jan-2017 – 2-Feb-2017
Lectures 20 hours
Lectures
Mon 30-Jan-2017 at 16.15-20.00, Pinni B1097
Tue 31-Jan-2017 at 9.15-12.00, Päät D11, break 12-14
Tue 31-Jan-2017 at 14-17, Pinni B1097
Wed 1-Feb-2017 at 9.15-12.00, Päät D11, break 12-14
Wed 1-Feb-2017 at 14-17, Pinni B1097
Thu 2-Feb-2017 at 8.15-12.00, Päät A2b
Separate Book Exam

Evaluation

Numeric 1-5.

Evaluation criteria

Answer in English.

Home exam (find in moodle and submit before attending lecture based exam)

Exams about lectures

Mon 13.2. 8-12 Main building ls D 10a+b

Tu 14.3.  16-20 Main building ls D 10 a+b  

Mon 3.4. klo 8-12 Main building ls D 10 a+b

Remember to register for the exam.

Study materials

Reading for the lectures:

Rosas-Armati: EU Constitutional Law - An Introduction (2nd ed.) (Recommended to be purchased by student.)

Reading for the separate book exam:

Craig-DeBurca: The Evolution of EU Law (2nd ed.) chapters 12 (direct effect, primacy and the nature of the legal order), 15 (administative law), 16 (human rights law), 17 (free movement of persons and services), 18 (free movement of capital), 21 (social policy) & 23 (competition law)  (approx. 400 pages).

Further information

Both the lecture exam and the book exam need to be passed before receiving credit for this course.

Lectures and reading (Rosas-Armati) are examined together. You can use a dictionary in the lecture-exam.