800604 The European Union

winter semester 2014/2015 | Last update: 09.09.2014 Place course on memo list
The European Union
VU 4
each semester

This course was especially designed for students/academics with no economics or business background and its aim is to allow students/academics to develop their knowledge and understanding of Europe and the European Union. The new millennium brought a lot of new and interesting developments in the European Union all European citizens in higher education and outside should be aware of. By the time participants have finished working through the 10 units of this course they should have some knowledge of the socio-economic geography of Europe, the economic and political situation in Europe, the place that the European Union has within Europe, the evolution of the EU and its future, the institutions of the EU and the main European items, i.e. the enlargement, the enactment of legislation, a common currency, the CAP (Common Agricultural Policy) and a common foreign and security policy.

Unity and Diversity; The European Union, its origin, growth and perspectives; The European Union, its institutions and decision-making; The Implications of the Maastricht & Amsterdam Treaties; The 'Frontiers' of Europe; EMS, ECU, EMU and EURO; The Common Agricultural Policy; The Regional Policy; The Common Foreign and Security Policy; The future of Europe. 'Quo vadis, Europe?'

online (blended learning)

Permanent written evaluation of weekly assignments!!!!


This course is designed for non-business and non-economics students! 1st compulsory session - Monday Oct 8th at 3 pm in SR 19 (Sowi)

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Date Time Location
Mon 2014-10-06
14.00 - 14.30 SR 19 (Sowi) SR 19 (Sowi) Barrier-free Vorbesprechung