16 June 2017
European Union: History, Institutions, and International Relations
This course analyses different aspects of the European Union. It provides deeper understanding of the United States and Europe’s long-term relationship, especially in terms of economic issues following World War II and the implementation of the Marshall Plan. We strongly recommend that students taking this course participate in the trip to Brussels at the end of the program (July4th-July 8th)
contact Cécile Steyer: firstname.lastname@example.org for more details
Upon successful completion of this course, students will understand what the EU is, how it works, and the major internal end external challenges it faces.
4 ECTS- 2US credits
EUR 0: No tuition fees for students from Audencia's partner institutions
EUR 500: 500 euros/module for free movers