The course shall provide knowledge of the European Union and of its law. Graduates will be capable to understand theory of supranational law, know institutions of the EU, basic economic freedoms, policies of the EU a additional non-economic integration.
(1) European integration, development of the EU, features of the EU
(2) Institutions of the EU
(3) Law of the EU I - sources and their enactment
(4) Law of the EU II - application
(5) Judicial and administrative procedures
(6) Free movement of goods
(7) Free movement of individuals
(8) Free movement of legal entities, services, capital, payments
(9) Single currency + Budget
(10) Competition policy
(11) Judicial and administrative cooperation, common foreign and
security policy etc.
(12) Membership, new members, Czech Republic in the EU, enlargements
Basic explanation of teacher. Seminars including limited discussion of students based on materials provided in advance. Study of founding treaties and case-law.
Multiple-choice test plus written solution of simplified model case.
Essay on chosen detailed topic.
Language of instruction
The course is taught annually.
The course is taught: every week.