Fundamental Freedoms and Common Policies of the E.U. PDF Print

ΕΕ7 - Fundamental Freedoms and Common Policies of the E.U.

Tutor: Michael Fefes

Semester: 8th
ECTS: 4.5

Short Description:

This course aims to describe the effective functioning of the European Union, namely the fundamental freedoms enshrined in the Treaty and common policies. This will be achieved through the in-depth examination of the following topics:

  • Free movement of goods;
  • Free movement of workers and freedom of establishment;
  • Free movement of services;
  • Free movement of capital;
  • Employment Policy;
  • Social Policy;
  • Common Agricultural Policy (CAP);
  • Economic and Monetary Union and Economic Convergence;
  • Educational Policy;
  • Environmental Policy.


To cover the subject area of "Institutions and Organization of the European Union".
To help students understand and become familiar with the functioning of the EU.

Learning Outcomes:

Students completing the course should have full knowledge of the European Union.


13 three-hour lectures


Assessment will be through a written exam at the end of the semester.


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