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Master in European Law and Policies - Curriculum

Module Video Teachers
Introduction to the Master
(Language: English)

- Lesson n. 1: Master on EU Law and its Policies - Introduction
- Lesson n. 2: The European Union Continues to be in Crisis - Conclusion
Prof. Pier Virgilio Dastoli – Head of the Office of the European Commission Representation in Italy from 2003 to 2009 President of European Movement (Italy). Principal Advisor of European Commission (Belgium).
 

History and Institutions of the European Union
(CFU 12) (Language: English)

Tutor: Angela Condello

- Lesson n. 1: The History of the European Communities 1947/1979 Prof. Filippo Maria Pandolfi – Former Vice-President of the European Commission from 1989 to 1994 (Belgium). Member of the Italian Parliament
- Lesson n. 2: The History of the Communities and the Birth of the European Union 1979/1997 Prof. Pier Virgilio Dastoli – Head of the Office of the European Commission Representation in Italy 2003-2009. President of European Movement (Italy)
Principal Advisor of European Commission (Belgium)
- Lesson n. 3: The History of the European Union from 1998 up to today. Future Prospects Prof. Romano Prodi  – Former President of the European Commission 1999-2004 (Belgium).
Former Italian Prime Minister 1996-1998 and 2006-2008
- Lesson n. 4: The Union Institutions Prof. Rocco Cangelosi – Former Counsellor to the Presidency of the Italian Republic    
- Lesson n. 5: The European Area of Freedom, Security and Justice
- Lesson n. 6: Common Foreign and Security Policy
Prof. Franco Frattini – President of Division, Council of State (Italy). Former Italian Minister for Foreign Affairs from 2008 to 2011. Former Vice-President of the European Commission (Belgium).
- Lesson n. 7: The single currency Prof. Mario Monti –Current Italian Prime Minister. Former European Commissioner (Belgium). President of University “Bocconi” (Italy)
- Lesson n. 8: The UE Governance
- Lesson n. 9: Separation of Powers
- Lesson n. 10: Characteristics of the Decision-Making Process and Functioning of the Union
- Lesson n. 11: The Commission
- Lesson n. 12: The Council of Ministers
Prof. Sandro Gozi - College of Europe (Belgium) and Sciences Po (France). Member of the Italian Parliament
- Lesson n. 13: The European Parliament
- Lesson n. 14: The UE Bodies
- Lesson n. 15: The EU institutional system
- Lesson n. 16: The Treaty of Lisbon and the future of the EU
Prof. Pier Virgilio Dastoli – Head of the Office of the European Commission Representation in Italy from 2003 to 2009. President of European Movement (Italy). Principal Advisor of European Commission (Belgium).
- Lesson n. 17: After Euro, fiscal compact, European stability mechanism: a new European budget Prof. Alfonso Iozzo - Honorary Member of the Union of European Federalists (UEF) Bureau (Belgium).
 
Demos/Ethnos e processo costituente
(CFU 8) (Language: English)
 
Tutor: Angela Condello
- Lesson n. 1: Europe and the Constitutional Process
- Lesson n. 2: Does Europe need a Constitution?
- Lesson n. 3: Constituent power
- Lesson n. 4: Demos-Ethnos
- Lesson n. 5: People/Constitution
- Lesson n. 6: Between and beyond
- Lesson n. 7: Identity of Europe
- Lesson n. 8: The thought of roots
- Lesson n. 9: Identity written on a charter
- Lesson n. 10: After sovereighty
Prof. Eligio Resta - Full Professor of Philosophy of Law, Faculty of Law, University of Roma Tre (Italy). Professor, Faculty of Law, International Telematic University UNINETTUNO (Italy).
- Lesson n. 11: European Democracy Prof. Cesare Pinelli - Full Professor of Public Law, Faculty of Law, University of Roma “La Sapienza” (Italy).
 
The European Legal and Political System
(CFU 6) (Language: English)
 
Tutor: Francesca Maschio
- Lesson n. 1: The European Union and its policies
- Lesson n. 2: The European Union and its decision-making process
- Lesson n. 3: Features and dynamics of the emerging european democracy
- Lesson n. 4: The European Union and Public Opinion
- Lesson n. 5: The future of the European Union
 
Prof.  Pierpaolo Settembri  - European Union official (Belgium). Contract professor of Public Policy, Department of Political Science, University of LUISS "Guido Carli" (Italy). Contract professor of EU Governance, Institut d'Etudes Politiques, Paris (France).
- Lesson n. 6: The European Union after the Lisbon Treaty - Part One
- Lesson n. 7: The European Union after the Lisbon Treaty - Part two
- Lesson n. 8: The European Union after the Lisbon Treaty - Part three
- Lesson n. 9: The European Union after the Lisbon Treaty - Part four
Prof. Vincenzo Zeno Zencovich – Full Professor of Comparative Law, Faculty of Law, University of Roma Tre (Italy). Rector of the LUSPIO University (Italy)
 
Citizenship and Territory
(CFU 3) (Language: English)
Tutor: Federico Savastano
- Lesson n. 1: Reconceptualising Federalism
- Lesson n. 2: Welfare and crisis
Prof. Beniamino Caravita di Toritto - Full Professor of Public Law, Faculty of Political Science,
University of Rome “La Sapienza” (Italy)
Professor, Faculty of Law, International
Telematic University UNINETTUNO (Italy)
- Lesson n. 3: Partecipation and Social Guarantees in European Citizenships. A Comparison with the American Experience
- Lesson n. 4: Rights and Duties of European Citizens in Union’s Law and Treaties
Prof. Daniele Porena - Assistant Professor of Public Law, Faculty of Education Sciences, University of Perugia (Italy).
   
European Area of Freedom, Security and Justice
(CFU 9) (Language: English)
Tutor:  Alice Riccardi
- Lesson n. 1: The European Area of Freedom, Security and Justice (AFSJ): Scope, Dynamics and Perspectives
- Lesson n. 2: The AFSJ after the Lisbon Treaty and the EU Charter
- Lesson n. 3: The European Area of Freedom, Security and Justice (AFSJ): towards an european criminal justice system
Prof.  Emilio De Capitani  - Former Secretary of the European Parliamentary Commission on Citizens’ Freedoms and Rights, Justice and Internal Affairs (Belgium). Visiting Professor of History and Policy of the European Integration, Department of Human and Social Sciences at "L'Orientale", University of Napoli (Italy). Secretary of the Fundamental Rights European Experts Group (FREE Group-Belgium). Member of DIRPOLIS Institute Scuola Superiore S. Anna, Pisa (Italy).
- Lesson n. 4: The origins of police and Judical Cooperation incriminal matters in the EU Part I
- Lesson n. 5: The origins of police and Judical Cooperation incriminal matters in the EU Part II
- Lesson n. 6: EU work on mutual recognition
- Lesson n. 7: Harmonisation in the EU and actors of Judical Cooperation
- Lesson n. 8: Police Cooperation in the EU
- Lesson n. 9: The Lisbon Treaty and the Stockholm programme
Prof. Hans G. Nillson - Head of Division, Fundamental Rights and Criminal Justice, General Secretariat, Council of the European Union (Belgium).
- Lesson n. 10: Visa and Borders
- Lesson n. 11: Legal Migration
- Lesson n. 12: Asylum Policy
Prof. Philippe De Bruycker - Professor, Institute for the European Studies, Université Libre de Bruxelles (Belgium). Coordinator of the Odysseus Academy (Belgium)
- Lesson n. 13: Privacy and Protection of personal data in the European Union Prof.  Emilio De Capitani  - Former Secretary of the European Parliamentary Commission on
Citizens’ Freedoms and Rights, Justice and Internal Affairs (Belgium). Visiting Professor of History and Policy of the european Integration, Department of Human and Social Sciences, "L'Orientale",
University of Naples (Italy). Secretary of the Fundamental Rights European Experts Group,
FREE Group (Belgium)
 
The Economics of European Integration
(CFU 5) (Language: English)
Tutor: Riccardo Micio
- Lesson n. 1: The Economics of European Integration
- Lesson n. 2: Microeconomics
- Lesson n. 3: Common Agricultural Policy
- Lesson n. 4: Locations Effects
- Lesson n. 5: Monetary Integration
Prof.  Kiril Ribarov  – Professor, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University in Prague (Czech Republic)
- Lesson n. 6: La crisi economica: dagli Stati Uniti all'Europa - parte I
- Lesson n. 7: La crisi economica: dagli Stati Uniti all'Europa - parte II
Prof. Romano Prodi  – Former President of the European Commission 1999-2004 (Belgium)
Former Italian Prime Minister 1996-1998 and 2006-2008
 
Foreing And Commercial Policy Of The European Union
(CFU 4) (Language: English)

Tutor: Riccardo Micio

- Lesson n. 1: The legal framework of the EU foreing policy
- Lesson n. 2: The neighborhood policy of the EU
- Lesson n. 3: The EU trade policy
- Lesson n. 4: EU development policy
- Lesson n. 5: Other dimensions of the EU forcing policy
Prof. Alessandro Fusacchia - Institutes d’Etudes Politiques de Paris (France).
- Lesson n. 6: IP and crossborder data flows Prof. Anita Ramasastry - Professor of International Commercial Law, School of Law, University of Washington (USA)
 
European Funding and Europlanning
(CFU 11) (Language: English)
Tutor: Anna Ditta
- Lesson n. 1: Successful project drafting fot the European Union Institution
- Lesson n. 2: Presentation of programmes and their different modalities
- Lesson n. 3: Indirect programmes
- Lesson n. 4: Description of Direct Programmes (2007-2013)
- Lesson n. 5: Tenders
- Lesson n. 6: Design and project cycle management
- Lesson n. 7: Drafting and implementing
- Lesson n. 8: Budget
- Lesson n. 9: Reporting
- Lesson n. 10: How to win a project?
- Lesson n. 11: Lobbying
- Lesson n. 12: Developments for the future
 
Prof. Antonella Valmorbida - Director of Association of the Local Democracy Agencies, Council of Europe (France). Associate Professor in International decentralised cooperation, Faculty of Political Science, University of Padova (Italy)
- Lesson n. 13: HORIZON The EU framework programme for research and innovation. Role of ICT
- Lesson n. 14: Industrial leadership and societal challenges in HORIZON 2020
- Lesson n. 15: Digital agenda for Europe and R&D on ICT
Prof. Luis Rodríguez-Roselló - Head of Unit, Network Technologies, European Commission (Belgium)
 
Final Examination
(CFU 2)

 

MAster in European Law and Policies - ECTS credits

In the design and definition of the Master's Courses – as it is for the Degree Courses – the International Telematic University UNINETTUNO complies with the ECTS (European Credits Transfer and Accumulation System), which has been developed since 1989 within the ERASMUS European Mobility Programme and formalised with the Sorbonne Declaration and the Bologna Process. The ECTS system is based on the workload required to the student to attain the objectives set in the study course.

In order to obtain the recognition of 1 training credits the student has to carry on 25 hours of training activities; according to the educational model developed and implemented by UNINETTUNO, the student, for each module, is involved in training activities including:

  • Video lectures , recorded by the best lecturers of the most renowned national and International universities and, in the case of the Master's courses, by international institutional personalities; the video lectures are indexed by subject and include hypermedia bookmarks linked to the more-in-depth study materials; according to UNINETTUNO model, the student has to watch the video lectures twice at least;
  •  More-in-depth study materials are associated to the video lectures; they can be texts, essays, articles, bibliographical references, lists of websites, presentations and slideshows, more-in-depth study sheets on specific issues;
  • Exercises, practice work and virtual laboratories are associated to the courses and enable the students to put into practice the theoretical knowledge they learnt during self-study sessions as well as in collaborative learning sessions under the supervision of an expert teacher guiding the group practice work following a Socratic tutoring model;
  • Synchronic and asynchronic collaborative learning sessions in chats and forums , with chat-rooms and forum-rooms associated to each module; the teacher/tutor fixes meetings on the agenda on weekly or be-weekly basis, specifying the day, hour and subject of the chat session ; a regular meeting allowing the students to clarify any doubts and analyses specific issues treated during the video lectures that are planned during the week, and to the teacher/tutor to monitor the overall progress of the class and check whether there any problems in the learning process; in the forum , instead, the tutor proposes further issues and analyses and invites the students to discuss the issues being treated, animating the debate and collective and more-in-depth study sessions;
  • Virtual classrooms, live more-in-depth study meeting, on live web streaming through UNINETTUNO virtual classrooms, or on Second Life on UNINETTUNO Island of Knowledge where lecturers, visiting professors, experts in the field present contributions, case studies, success stories related to the issues treated in the module thus enabling students to interact in real time, to ask questions and get an immediate answer, and to the teachers to check the class learning process in a set time.

 

Based on the structuring of the model of course delivery, UNINETTUNO calculates that for each ECTS credit being delivered the students reaches 25 hours of activities required by the ECTS model through:

•  2 hours of video lecture and virtual classroom – to be watched twice for a total of 4 hours of activities;
•  5 hours of more-in-depth study of the training materials;
•  10 hours of practice work and virtual laboratories;
•  6 hours of collaborative learning sessions.

 

Actually, this leads to a total amount of 25 hours of training activities.
 

As it regards, the Master's Course in European Law and Policies, the model for defining the training path is structured as follows::

Module Videolesson Virtual classroom CFU
Introduction to the Master 2    
History and institutions of the European Union 17 7 12
Demos/Ethnos and the constituent process 11 5 8
The European legal and political system 9 3 6
Citizenship and territory 4 2 3
European Area of Freedom, Security and Justice 13 6 9
The Economics of the European Integration 7 3 5
Foreing and Commercial policy of the European Union 6 3 4
European Funding and Europlanning 15 7 11
Final Examination     2
Total 84 36 60

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