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    Introduction to European Integration

    The course aims to provide students with a general overview of the functioning of the most advanced integration unit in the world - the EU. The student will analyze primarily the political dimension of integration processes and thus should understand the importance of the fundamental issues that characterise politics in contemporary Europe. At the end of the course, the student will specifically examine the position of small states within the EU. Thus, students should gain an overview of the day-to-day work of the EU and also understand the possibilities and position of small states in influencing political processes within the EU.


    Course title: Introduction to European Integration

    Number of credits: 4

    Course duration: 

    Maximum capacity: 7 – 20 students

    Language: English

    Lecturer: Dr. Vladimír Muller

    Learning hours26 hours

    Methodology: e-learning course (MS Teams and Moodle)

    Administration fee: 20 €


    Anita Dienešová, 
    Petra Žaludová,