NIFA13000U EU Law - Environment, Agriculture & Food
MSc Programme in Nature Management
MSc Programme in Agricultural Economics
MSc Programme in Animal Science
The overall objective of the course is to ensure a good
understanding of how the EU legal system works. The
course aims to make students able to identify and evaluate
relevant EU law aspects of a specific case, including to identify
relevant sources of law and their possible interaction with
national law and to carry out a legal analysis based on relevant EU
legislation and case law.
- demonstrate knowledge of key EU law concepts and principles
- demonstrate knowledge of core EU institutions and their roles in EU law
- demonstrate knowledge about EU law-making and relevant sources of law
- display insight into the relationship between EU law and national law
- ability to identify relevant matters of EU law in a specific case
- ability to carry out a legal analysis applying relevant EU law
- ability to use and assess case law from the European courts
- ability to assess national law and administration in view of EU law
- discuss and co-operate with the purpose to provide well argued and relevant solutions to concrete EU law problems
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- 7,5 ECTS
- Type of assessment
- Oral examination, 20 minutteroral examination (100 %)
- Exam registration requirements
- Submission of written assignment
- All aids allowed
- Marking scale
- 7-point grading scale
- Censorship form
- External censorship
- If 10 or fewer register for the reexamination the examination form will be oral.
Criteria for exam assesment
To obtain the grade 12 a student must fulfil the learning objectives displaying a high level of command of all aspects, with no or only a few minor weaknesses.
- Theory exercises
- Project work