Information regarding EUS European Law exams
The below information only regards the courses “EU Law I” and “EU Law II” offered as part of the European Union Studies (EUS) Master’s programme, which are, however, also open to exchange students.
Regular EUS Master students
The European Law Exam is organised as an oral exam and covers both the EU Law I and EU Law II courses.
The European Law Exam may take either an oral or a written form. More specific information will be provided in due course before the exam.
You are in any case required to register by sending an email, which should include your name, matriculation number and the subject you are taking (either EU Law I and II, EU Law I or EU Law II only), to Ms Melanie Rieger: by a given date communicated in due time.
Exam dates for both EUS and exchange students are communicated in due course.
You may bring a copy of the Treaties – in English language – with you.
Please note that you are not allowed to write anything in the text or on sticky notes. You are, however, allowed to circle or underline in the text, and to use highlighters.