- Foster, Nigel, EU Law directions, Oxford University Press.
- + extra material up to 300 pages.
The course begins by introducing the legal foundation of the European Union, focusing on the historical and political contexts of its legal framework This is followed by the processing of a number of central areas in EU law, such as norm hierarchy, how EU’s legal regulations relate to each other, and EU law in relation to national laws. Further, the fundamental legal principles of EU law, as well as different legal areas, for example the internal market, will be examined.
General entry requirements + Civics 1b / 1a1 +1a2. Or: Civics A, English B.
General entry requirement (with the exemption of Swedish language) and specific entry requirement of English B from Swedish upper secondary school (A6/6), or equivalent.
Merit rating is calculated based on Swedish upper secondary grades achieved, according to specific entry requirement 6/A6.
University credits completed 100%
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