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Chair of European Public Law aims at developing teaching and research on undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate level. It has as its goal to connect with academic institutions in Europe and in the world, to open new professional opportunities for lawyers and to promote critical thinking about EU law and European values.
A Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence is a focal point of competence and knowledge on European Union subjects. It brings together high-level experts to create links between the various disciplines and resources in European studies and to form links with academic institutions in other countries.
The Centre plays a key role in reaching out to students from faculties not normally dealing with European Union issues as well as to policy makers, civil servants, organised civil society and the general public at large.
Chair of European Public Law is proud to announce that its members were in the academic year 2022/2023 awarded two new Jean Monnet Modules:
Below is the list of courses which Department offers at different levels of studies. The first two courses are taught in Croatian, and all the other in English language.
Second year courses:
Europsko javno pravo (only in Croatian language)
Europsko javno pravo – seminar (only in Croatian language)
Fifth year courses:
(also offered to Erasmus students)
- EU Constitutional Law - course of Jean Monnet Module "EU Constitutional Law and Methodology"
- EU Climate Change Law - course of Jean Monnet Module "EU Climate Change Law"
- EU Migration and Asylum Law
- European Public Law – seminar 'Interpreting EU Law'
(undergraduate seminar, part of Jean Monnet Module "EU Constitutional Law and Methodology")
- Jurisdiction and Role of the European Court of Justice
- EU Internal Market Law
- Fundamental Rights in the EU
- Dubrovnik Jean Monnet seminar: Advanced Issues of EU Law (upon invitation only)
The Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence - of the Chair of European Public Law - is offering courses to ERASMUS students and students taking the Croatian law degree programme. All courses listed above are delivered in English language, unless indicated otherwise. The courses are attended both by ERASMUS students and Croatian law degree students in order to create multicultural working atmosphere and to contribute to international exchange of knowledge and ideas.
Students who pass four Jean Monnet Courses will receive a Jean Monnet certificate. All courses offered within the Jean Monnet program are supported by the European Commission and lead to competences of level 7 of the European Qualifications Framework (master level).
Students taking one or more of Jean Monnet courses are encouraged to elect writing a master thesis with one of the Jean Monnet professors.
ERASMUS students are also eligible for participation at the Dubrovnik seminar upon invitation. Students taking more Jean Monnet courses shall have priority in the selection process.
Appointments with professors
Students wishing to schedule an appointment with Department members have to announce themselves by e-mail at email@example.com
There will be no appointments in the week of the exam