|European Union Studies and Human Rights||Credits|
|II. Juridical-Institutional Aspects of the Union||3|
|III. Legal System||4|
|IV. Human Rights, Fundamental Rights and Citizenship of the Union||6|
|V. Economic Structure of the Union (I). Liberties and Common Policies||6|
|VI. Economic Structure of the Union (II). Competition Policy||4|
|VII. Common Security and Defense Policy||4|
|VIII. European Union in the World||5|
|IX. Other Policies||5|
|X. Management of European Funds||5|
|XI. EU and Institutional Communication Sources||1|
|XIII. Master's Final Project||10|
The Master’s in European Union Studies and Human Rights takes place from November to September.
Theoretical contents of the program are taught between November and April.
Students must undertake individual internships in companies or institutions before the end of the academic course.
A trip to Brussels to visit the European Institutions is optional.
The first period for the submission of the Master’s Final Project is in June-July, and the second period for the submission is in September.
Students will undertake individual internships in companies or institutions (at least 150 hours) before 30th September of each academic year. The internships amount to a total of 6 credits. Some of the companies and institutions with bilateral agreements can be found in the document below. Moreover, students can look for a company on their own to perform their internship.