The main characteristic of the Master's Degree in European Law and Policy is training in the various matters in which the European Union is involved, mainly focused on its political, legal, institutional, economic, social, educational and cultural aspects.
It is, therefore, an interdisciplinary Master's degree, since it includes a wide selection of subjects taught by prestigious personalities, including a select participation of expert professors of Law, Economics and Social Sciences, along with Jean Monnet Full Professors, and has the collaboration of personalities who have held relevant positions in the European Institutions, Parliament, Commission and Court of Justice, Economic and Social Committee, Committee of the Regions, Court of Auditors and European Central Bank.
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Student profile: Interest in European issues; historical culture on the European construction; curiosity for learning about the application of public policies of the European Union; interest in developing a working or research career in European issues, inquisitiveness for EU law; versed in current affairs and European issues.
Others: Graduates of History, Politics, Law, International Relations, Sociology, Journalism, Humanities... This master's degree can also be accessed from scientific-technical careers, provided that some additional training is completed at the beginning of the master's degree.
Official Degree:Master's Degree in European Law and Policy
Center responsible:School of Law and International Relations
Branch of knowledge: Social and Legal Sciences
Places offered: 30 the first year and 50 the following years
Total Créditos 60 credits.
Minimum of 12 ECTS credits and maximum of 60 ECTS credits per enrollment and academic period
Academic year in which it was implemented: 2023
Duration: 1 year
Type of education: Blended
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The student must take 60 credits
It is recognized that the European Union is the most advanced in the experiences of integration processes in the world. As the Treaties were reformed, from 1957 to the present, the Community, and then the European Union, have received a greater number of powers and, consequently, occupies an increasingly relevant space in the political, economic, and social life of the States that form it, building a legal, political and economic system of international recognition, a fact that mobilizes educational interest and public attention.
In consideration of the importance that the European Union has in the global world, Nebrija University wants to consolidate this Master's degree for several reasons:
Consequently, the Master's Degree in EU Law and Policy of the Antonio de Nebrija University allows students to acquire through face-to-face and distance learning classes theoretical and practical exercises, a coordinated set of solid legal, economic, historical, political and international knowledge, required by the current professional environment of the global market; it is highly specialized and diversified, and not only as a scientific and academic alternative, but for their own education as European citizens, and the possibility of integrating more actively in the various scenarios in which one can act in their professional and life path.
Based on the various arguments, the methodology of the curriculum of the Master's degree in EU Law and Policy combines high theoretical content with special emphasis placed on the search for documentation, jurisprudence, White and Green Papers, papers on community law, various contributions of doctrinal development, press releases, etc. Likewise, practice in daily negotiation on European issues.
In this sense, it is a matter of giving a basic configuration, a solid theoretical as well as practical pillar, so that the subsequent processing of all the information and the training of competences orbit around it in order to train true professional experts in the field of European Union.
Admission to the Antonio de Nebrija University will depend on the places offered and available in the degree, and on compliance with the legal requirements for accessing the University contemplated by current legislation.
Students enrolling for the first time at the Antonio de Nebrija University follow the procedure established by the University described below.:
Once the admission application has been submitted with the documentation required by each case, and verified by the admissions department, the students are summoned to take the admission test. They must come with D.N.I. or passport to prove their identity.
In the specific case of the Master's Degree in European Law and Policy, the entrance tests will consist of a personal interview, in Spanish, and assessment of the academic record. These two are a guideline. They will serve to evaluate the elements related to the academic and professional success of the student who wishes to enroll, in addition to their specific training needs and motivations to carry out the Master's degree.
The Director of the Master's degree will be in charge of carrying out the assessment of the academic record and the personal interview.
For the purposes of pre-admission and admission, the evaluation of the candidate will be made on a scale from 0 to 10 points, taking into account the following criteria and percentages:
In the event that the candidate's mother tongue is not Spanish, they must prove they have a B2 level of Spanish, through any accredited certificate.
Admission tests must be assessed within a global strategy aimed at knowing the characteristics of the applicants, in order to determine if the candidate has sufficient motivation, as well as training and knowledge, skills, aptitudes, communication skills, extracurricular activities and future interests necessary to be admitted as a candidate in Nebrija University's programs.
The Admissions Committee, made up of the Department of University Development and the Department of Law, will meet as needed and communicate the result of the admission to the candidate by email, telephone and letter so that they can proceed with the enrollment.
If the number of applicants exceeds the number of places offered, the student's academic record (grade average) will be taken as admission criteria.
Therefore, all those interested in accessing the studies of the Master's Degree in European Law and Policy must present, without exception, their academic record, since the grade average will decide their admission to the Master's, if the number of applications exceeds the number of places offered.
Once the places are filled, if there are more people interested in being admitted, they will remain on the waiting list for possible vacancies that may arise before the start of the academic year, and the detailed admission and selection criteria applied for the rest of the candidates will be applied to them as well.
Once admission has been communicated, candidates must reserve their place. This economic pre-enrollment guarantees the candidate's place at the University.
Pre-enrolled candidates who wish to formalize their academic enrollment at the University must, within the indicated deadlines, follow these steps:
The conference "Law in the time of Nebrija" was organized by the Antonio de Nebrija Foundation, together with the School of Law and International Relations. Pérez-Bustamante's master class is part of the acts commemorating the 5th Centenary of the death of Antonio de Nebrija.
The events of the 5th Centenary of the death of Antonio Nebrija officially started with the celebration of a grand gala at the Royal Theater. Chaired by Their Majesties the King and Queen of Spain, the event revolved around the figure of Antonio de Nebrija, who introduced humanism in Spain and was the author of the first Castilian grammar.
Opening ceremony of the academic year on the Madrid-Princesa campus of Nebrija University.
Graduation Ceremony for Nebrija University Graduate Studies at the Life Sciences Campus in La Berzosa.