European Union and International Law

Universidad Pontificia Comillas
In Madrid (Spain)

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Typology Short course
Location Madrid (Spain)
Class hours 90h
Duration 1 Month
  • Short course
  • Madrid (Spain)
  • 90h
  • Duration:
    1 Month

To explore in depth the process of European integration, its institutional systems and its judicial structures.


Where and when

Starts Location

C/ Alberto Aguilera 23, 28015, Madrid, Spain
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C/ Alberto Aguilera 23, 28015, Madrid, Spain
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Frequent Asked Questions

· What are the objectives of this course?

With the final aim of providing the student with knowledge necessary for analysis, critical and constructive, of the main goals of the Union: to implement European citizenship; to guarantee freedom, security and justice; to foment economic and social progress; and to affirm the role of Europe in the world. To undertake the study of international judicial structure as a complete system, and, in particular, its "sources". To broaden knowledge of the fundamental institutions of this judicial order. Special reference to international organisations.

· Who is it intended for?

Undergraduate and postgraduate students from Spain or abroad who want to experience internationalization, studying the areas of knowledge covered in depth.

· Requirements

The following documents must be provided: • Application form • A letter of recommendation from one of the lecturers at your host university. • A photocopy of your passport. • A photocopy of the compulsory medical insurance. • A copy of the confirmation of the bank transfer for payment of the course. • Document which certifies the applicant´s level of Spanish (for students from non-Spanish-speaking countries). Application deadline: Before April 30.

What you'll learn on the course

IT Law
International Public Law
European Law
Public Law
European Union

Course programme

European Union and European Law (40 hours)

International Public Law (40 hours)

90 hours (80 class hours + 10 hours of technical and cultural visits)

· Technical visits to businesses and public and private institutions and bodies relating to the content of the course.

· Cultural visits to the Prado Museum and the Monastery of El Escorial.

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