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Intensive European Law Programme

This program will be held in Pecs in Hungary, where 12 second year law students will spend a week studying a series of topics in European Law. Topics include serious crime, people trafficking, free movement, citizenship and surveillance.

Outline of Activity

Students will be placed in international groupsprovided by lecturers from the above universities. Students are required to research and compile a report on the topic that each group is assigned plus a presentation of theirtopic to an international audience. Each national group also provides a cultural eventfrom their respective country. The programme seeks to develop research skills,leadership, communication, organisation, presentation and other life skills thereby enhancing employability.

Learning Outcomes

  • Knowledge and understanding of aspects of European Law.
  • Gain cultural awareness and personal development.
  • Communicate effectively in written and oral form.
  • Manage time effectively.
  • Work as part of a team.
  • Work independently in a sustained manner.

Assessment Details

Each student will provide a research paper of approx 3,000 words and a group presentation which is marked by the international panel. On completion students receive a certificate of study.

Level of Commitment

60 hours to include:

One-week long programme in Pecs

Preparation study prior to the trip

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