The European Union Law exam is one of the essential, compulsory exams for the Master program of European Union Studies. The completion of this subject (along with other subjects) is vital in order to move on to the next semester.
Therefore, we organize an informational session about the EU Law exam where we will offer you advice on selected learning materials, experience and information of the exam, and selected sample questions. During this informational session we will offer tips and give you personal experiences of preparing and taking the EU Law Exam.
Moreover, we highly recommend to EUS Students preparing for the EU Law Exam to attend all EU Law lectures, the Case Studies course, and read the recommended literature.
For those taking the exam in English or interested in English literature for European Union Law, we recommend the following:
Essential Literature (Highly Recommended):
- EU Law: Text, Cases, and Materials by Paul Craig and Grainne de Burca. (Oxford University Press, 2011) 5th Edition [ISBN 978-0199576999]
- Blackstone’s EU Treaties & Legislation 2015-2016 (Blackstone’s Statute Book Series) by Nigel Foster (Oxford University Press, 2015) 1st Edition [ISBN 978-0198735946]
Further Reading (To further enhance your knowledge):
- EU Law Concentrate: Law Revision and Study Guide by Matthew Homewood. (Oxford University Press, 2014) 4th Edition [ISBN 978-0198703730 ]
- Q&A Revision Guide EU Law 2013-2014 by Michael Cuthbert. (Routledge, 2013) 9th Edition [ISBN 978-0198715771]
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