Poslední úprava: Mgr. Viera Knutelská, Ph.D. (24.03.2020)
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The course deals with relations between the EU institutions and institutions of the Member States and those aspects of the European political system and decision-making these relations influence.
Cíl předmětu - angličtina
Poslední úprava: Mgr. Viera Knutelská, Ph.D. (03.02.2019)
The course aims to provide an advanced understanding of institutional factors of EU membership and of the political system and decision-making processes of the EU itself. The students should familiarise themselves with current institutional design and learn to apply theoretical concepts on specific questions and cases. The students should also learn to search for specific documents in European institutions databases.
Metody výuky - angličtina
Poslední úprava: Mgr. Viera Knutelská, Ph.D. (04.02.2018)
The course consists of an introductory session and six seminars. Seminars are organised as discussions covering the day’s topic. All students are expected to have read all the readings assigned for the given seminar and hand in a written assignment. The assignments are to be submitted to the lecturer two days before class by 6 p.m. Emphasis is given on continuous work and active participation of the students.
Attendance of the class as well as preparation of written assignments is obligatory for all the students.
At the end of the semester, students deliver a final paper.
Požadavky ke zkoušce - angličtina
Poslední úprava: Mgr. Viera Knutelská, Ph.D. (11.02.2020)
only 2 absences for valid reasons per semester are allowed (one being at the introductory session)
absence from the seminar must be reported to the lecturer via e-mail no later than the deadline for submission of memos
a student has to make up for the absence by handing in an additional written assignment
written assignments and activity in the class
students must address the questions / issues raised in the assignment on the basis of assigned literature (and possibly other relevant sources), be of 500-1000 words length, submitted to the lecturer by 6 p.m. two days before the seminar;
active participation in the class (discussion) is required
40 % of the final credit
final paper (research paper or essay), to be submitted no later than May 28, 2020
All readings and assignments are available in electronic versions from library catalogue or journal databases available via library or in SIS as downloadable files for students enrolled in the course no later than three weeks before the seminar.
Final paper topics are to be selected by the students themselves but must be discussed and pre-approved by the lecturer by mid-semester.