Project Courses

With the support of the LLP of the European Union

Competition Policy of the EU (D-IER)

Optional course for regular day-time Bachelor Students who major in International Economic Relations.

Structure - forms of competition policy of the EU:

- introduction;

- anti-trust regulation;

- regulation of mergers and acquisitions;

- state aid;

- international impact of the EU competition policy;

- the effect of the EU competition policy on Ukraine and its competition policy.

 

The EU Regulation of International Economic Relations (D-IER)

Module within compulsory course  Regulation of International Economic Relations for regular day-time Bachelor Students who major in International Economic Relations.

Structure – foreign economic strategy of the EU and policy components:

- introduction;

- tariff regulation;

- anti-dumping,  countervailing and safeguard measures;

- technical regulations;

- regulation of trade in services;

- investment;

- migration;

- transfer of knowledge;

- enlargement and integration with the third countries.

 

The EU Regulation of International Economic Relations (D-IB)

Module within compulsory course International Economic Relations for regular day-time Bachelor Students who major in International Business.

Structure – foreign economic strategy of the EU and policy components:

- introduction;

- tariff regulation;

- anti-dumping,  countervailing and safeguard measures;

- technical regulations;

- regulation of trade in services;

- investment;

- migration;

- transfer of knowledge;

- enlargement and integration with the third countries.

 

Social Policy in the EU (D-IER)

Optional course for regular day-time Master Students who major in International Economic Relations. Teaching in English.

Structure:

- introduction;

- principles of the EU Social Union development;

- instruments of social policy in living environment;

- labour environment;

- gender policy;

- employment;

- social security.

 

The EU Regulation of International Economic Relations (E-IER)

Module within compulsory course International Economic Relations for extramural Master Students who major in International Economic Relations.

Structure – foreign economic strategy of the EU and policy components:

- introduction;

- tariff regulation;

- anti-dumping,  countervailing and safeguard measures;

- technical regulations;

- regulation of trade in services;

- investment;

- migration;

- transfer of knowledge;

- enlargement and integration with the third countries.

 

The EU Regulation of International Economic Relations (E-IB)

Module within compulsory course International Economic Relations for extramural Master Students who major in International Business.

Structure – foreign economic strategy of the EU and policy components:

- introduction;

- regulation of trade in goods

- regulation of trade in services;

- investment;

- migration;

- transfer of knowledge;

- enlargement and integration with the third countries.

 

The EU in the World Economy (A-EIU)

Lectures for civil servants of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine.

Structure:

- the EU economic potential;

- its role in international trade in goods and services, investment, transfer of knowledge, migration, and integration;

- modern development trends;

- social standards.

 

Foreign Trade Regulation in the EU (A-EIU)

Lectures for civil servants of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine.

Structure:

- tariff regulation;

- anti-dumping, countervailing and safeguard measures;

- technical regulations;

- trade integration policy of the EU

 

The EU in the World Economy (SS-EI)

Lectures for students of the Summer School.

Structure:

- the EU economic potential;

- its role in international trade in goods and services, investment, transfer of knowledge, migration, and integration;

- modern development trends;

- social standards.