INTERNATIONAL STUDY

Course catalogue and faculty information

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​To help you with the selection of your courses we have provided an overview of the different courses that are offered in English.

Subjects offered for International students in 2017/2018

BOLOGNA 1:

  1. English Legal terminology (U014, 5 ECTS, winter and summer semester)
  2. German Legal terminology (U013, 5 ECTS, winter and summer semester)
  3. Legal History (U001, 5 ECTS, winter and summer semester)
  4. EU Legal system and Institutions (U007, 5 ECTS, winter and summer semester)
  5. Private International Law (U021, 4 ECTS, winter semester)
  6. Family and Succession law (U010, 7 ECTS, winter and summer semester)
  7. EU Internal Market Law (U022, 5 ECTS, winter and summer semester)
  8. Public Administration (U019, 6 ECTS, winter and summer semester)
  9. Local self government (U030, 6 ECTS, winter and summer semester)
  10. Civil Procedure Law (U015, 8 ECTS, winter and summer semester)
  11. Public International Law (U020, 6 ECTS, winter and semester )
  12. Capital Market and Securities Law (U036, 6 ECTS, winter and summer semester)
  13.  Labor Law (U016, 7 ECTS, winter and summer semester)
  14. Financial Tax Law (U016, 6 ECTS, winter and summer semester)
  15. International Trade Law (U032, 6 ECTS, winter and summer semester)
  16. Criminal Law (U005, 8 ECTS, summer and winter semester)

and 

BOLOGNA 2:

  1. European Competition Law (MP16, 7 ECTS, winter and summer semester)
  2. Comparative Law and Great legal Systems (MP21, 7 ECTS, winter and summer semester)
  3. Philosophy and Theory of Law (MP02, 7 ECTS, winter and summer semester)

NEWS

ECTA AWARD 2018

Dear Sir / Madam,

ECTA takes pleasure in inviting students and professionals to take part in the ECTA AWARD 2018.  The deadline for receipt of papers is 15 April 2018.

The purpose is to grant an Award to an individual who has written an article or an essay of importance for the development of European Trade Mark Law, Design law, Copyright law or Geographical Indications law. It is intended to present the Award in Athens during the Association’s 37th Annual Conference.

This initiative shall have a great impact on both students and professionals involved, who will be motivated to improve their knowledge in their areas of interest, as well as to give their unique contribution in creating more unified solutions within the European Union trade mark jurisdictions.

The full ECTA Award criteria can be found HERE

The synopsis for the student category can be found HERE

The synopsis for the professional category can be found HERE

Kind regards,