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JEAN MONNET MODULE IN LAW OF THE
EU INTERNAL MARKET
Take a step towards the changes! Become a part of the first generations of Montenegrin jurists who will attend the comprehensive programme in a key segment of European Union law - internal market law!
Apply for the Master studies in the field of Business Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Montenegro and with a master's degree in law receive a certificate of successful attendance of the Jean Monnet Module in Law of the EU Internal Market, whose curriculum is integrated into the program of these master studies. Achieve an important professional reference to meet the full membership of Montenegro in the European Union!
Jean Monnet Module in Law of the EU Internal Market
WHY YOU SHOULD APPLY FOR JEAN MONNET MODULE
Within the Module in Law of the EU Internal Market – MLEUIM, you will have the opportunity to:
- Acquire the necessary knowledge in the field of internal market law of the European Union
- Participate in public debates on the challenges posed by the accession process
- Collaborate with experienced researchers, members of the academic part of the project team on the development of your master's theses in the field of the EU internal market law and business law in general
- Get acquainted with the way of work of state bodies directly in charge of conducting accession negotiations of Montenegro with the European Union and establish professional contacts
- Apply as a participant or exhibitor at an international scientific conference that will be organized in the second year of the project
- Publish your master thesis and seminar papers on the MLEUIM website
Jean Omer Marie Gabriel Monnet was born on 9 November 1888 in the city of Cognac, France. Today recognized as "Father of Europe", Monnet was an influential supporter of European unity and is considered to be the main inspiration behind the famous "Schuman Declaration" of 9 May 1950, which led to the creation of the European Coal and Steel Community. Later, the date of the Declaration has been adopted as Europe Day by the European Union and it is generally considered as the birth date of the Union.
“There is no future for the people of Europe other than in union" - Jean Monnet...
THE CURRICULUM OF THE MLEUIM
The curriculum of the Module in Law of EU Internal Market, as an integral part of the Master studies in Business Law, will include lectures in the following areas:
- Fundamentals of the European Union's internal market law - freedom of movement of people, services, goods and capital in the internal market
- Competition law in the internal market of the European Union - key aspects
- European Union internal market law and environmental protection in European Union law - interaction
- Fundamental freedoms of the internal market of the European Union and the European Convention on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms
- Consumer protection in the internal market of the European Union
Faculty of Law, ul. 13. jul, br. 2
Making operational the internal market, which is raison d'être of all European integrations, has always been the greatest challenge for European regulators, as well as for the Court of Justice. Throughout the decades, their efforts gave birth to what we now understand as the law of the EU internal market, arguably the most important segment of the entire EU law. Being that Montenegro is by far the most advanced candidate country and probably the next EU member state, the University of Montenegro Faculty of law saw fit to further increase its efforts to transfer the knowledge about this key segment of EU law to Montenegrin lawyers...
Faculty of Law, ul. 13. jul, br. 2
Module leader - Professor Vladimir Savković