ECTS syllabus Syllabus Timetable
Course syllabus ZES - Fundamentals of EU Institutions and Law (FBE - WS 2019/2020)
|Course title in language of instruction:||Fundamentals of EU Institutions and Law|
|Course title in Czech:||Fundamentals of EU Institutions and Law|
|Course title in English:||Fundamentals of EU Institutions and Law|
|Mode of completion and number of credits:||Exam (4 credits)|
(1 ECTS credit = 28 hours of workload)
|Mode of delivery/Timetabled classes:||full-time, 2/1 (hours of lectures per week / hours of seminars per week)|
|Language of instruction:||English|
|Level of course:||master continuing|
|Name of lecturer:||JUDr. Ing. Libor Kyncl, Ph.D. (examiner, instructor, lecturer, supervisor)|
Bc. Mgr. Ondřej Pavelek, Ph.D. (examiner, instructor, lecturer)
|Prerequisites:||Final Bachelor Exam|
|Aims of the course:|
|The aim of the course is:
- to provide the students with necessary and desirable knowledge level of the European Union law and institutions.
- to oblain orientation in the legal regulation of EU main institutions, their mutual relationships.
- in the additional part of the course to clarify the specific issues of European Union law as a supranational legal system with direct effects on persons in the Member States - sources of the EU law, EU judicial system and protection to the law, interpretation and aplication of EU legal norms by EU organs and national authorities of the Member states.
|Learning outcomes and competences:|
|Type of course unit:||required|
|Year of study:||Not applicable - the subject could be chosen at anytime during the course of the programme.|
|Work placement:||There is no compulsory work placement in the course unit.|
|Recommended study modules:||-|
|Learning activities and study load (hours of study load):|
|In order to obtain a small credit ("malý zápočet"), the student in the full-time study is required to|
A) receive at least 50% points for the presentation of group seminar work in the team selected at the first lecture meeting (4 points out of 8 max.),
B) receive at least 50% points for submitting a seminar paper of 3 to 6 full pages of text (7 points out of 14 max) and
C) must attend at least 9 of the 12 full-time seminars (i.e. 3 absences are allowed) and at least 6 lectures from 12 lectures of full-time study (i.e. attendance at half of lectures) - at least 4 points from 8 points a awarded for participation, for each seminar from 12 gains 0.25 point = in total 3 points, for each lecture from 12 he/she gains 0.416 points = in total 5 points).
A total of 30 points can be awarded for a small credit, of which 15 points are required.
Written exam with closed questions in electronic form in UIS MENDELU - the range of questions is given by the extent of the compulsory literature and selected study texts provided in the e-learning database.
The extent of the required knowledge corresponds to the content of the individual teaching modules in the subject.
The student will successfully complete the subject if he / she obtains a small credit in the course and obtains at least 50% of the exam points.
After passing the exam, the final mark is calculated from the sum of the points for a small credit (30% weight) and points from the examination paper (70% weight) - the rating is added in the following way A 90 - 100 points B 80-89.99 points C 70 - 79.99 points, D 60 - 59.99 points, E 50 - 59.99 points, F 49.99 points and less.
A student of a full-time study program can enroll for a subject during a foreign trip. In this case, the same conditions of termination apply to the students of the combined form, with the possibility of replacing the individual seminar work of 12-15 pages of standard text (counting without a title page) on the topic assigned to the subject guarantor on the two required lectures.
Last modification made by Ing. Jiří Gruber on 09/20/2019.