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Teaching

The JMCE teaching section includes a wide range of courses on European and international issues at all levels, and are held at the Faculties of Law and Social and Human Sciences.

BA in Law/BA in International Relations/Double degree in Law and International Relations

  • History of International Relations
     
    Course information: (6 ECTS) in the 2nd semester in first year.
    Double Degree in Law and Human Relations/ BA in International Relations. 

Lecturers in charge: Mª Jesús Cava and Iñigo Arbiol.

  • International Organizations
     
    Course information: (6 ECTS) in the 1st semester in second year.
    Double Degree in Law and Human Relations/ BA in International Relations. 

Lecturer: Beatriz Pérez de las Heras.

  • Derecho de la Unión Europea 

    Course information: (6 ECTS) in the 2nd semester in second year.
    Double degree in Law and International Relations/ BA in Law. 

Lecturer: Beatriz Pérez de las Heras.

  • Regional Integration Processes

                Course information: (6 ECTS) in the 1st semester in third year.
                Double degree in Law and Human Relations/ BA in International Relations. 

Lecturer: Steffen Bay Rasmussen.

Postgraduate courses

Political Construction in Europe (10 ECTS), Erasmus Mundus Master of Arts in Euroculture

Module Coordinator: Mª Luz Suárez

Course Content and teaching staff:

  • Europe as a political project: from the European Communities to the European Union (Mª Luz Suárez)
  • Political and institutional organization of the European Union (Mª Luz Suárez)
  • EU citizenship as an integrating political factor (Beatriz Pérez de las Heras)
  • Immigration policy of the European Union (Beatriz Pérez de las Heras)
  • Monetary Union as an element of political union in Europe (Laura Gómez)
  • Common Foreign and Security Policy( Cristina Churruca)
  • Common Security and Defence Policy( Mª Luisa Sánchez)
  • EU Development Policy (Dominic Wyatt).

PhD programmes

Research seminar on Economic Policies of the European Union (3 ECTS), PhD programme in Economic and Business Law (joint programme with Comillas Pontifical University and Ramón Llull University). 
 
 
Seminar Coordinator: Joana Abrisketa. 

Course content and Teaching staff:

  • Climate Change and Energy Policies (Beatriz Pérez de las Heras)
  • The Common Trade Policy (Oana Petrescu).
  • Free Competition Policy (Marta Casado)
  • Consumer Protection Policy (Inmaculada Herbosa)
  • Monetary Policy (Laura Gómez).
  • Public procurement in the EU (José Luis Ávila).

The European Union on Transnational trade law

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