Discussion by the Natolin Religion and Politics Nest - "Secularisation of Societies: Destiny or Normality?"
On 20 February 2024, the Natolin Religion and Politics Nest hosted a discussion titled Secularisation of Societies: Destiny or Normality?
Students follow the academic programme of the department in which they are enrolled, with the following modifications:
Before the start of the academic year, the ELEA students follow a two-week compulsory ‘intensive course’ in the other discipline: lawyers in economics, with an emphasis on micro-economics, and economists in European law.
Joint course: Both law and economics students follow one joint compulsory course which provides them with the analytical tools required for European legal and economic analysis. This course, open only to ELEA students, is the course FILISTRUCCHI L. & PETIT N. - Law and Economics of Multi-Sided Markets (30h).
Cross-over: Students must also follow one compulsory course in the other department:
Due to these crossovers, economists will not have to follow the introduction to EU Law course in the Economics Department and lawyers will not have to follow the compulsory course on institutions.
In addition, lawyers and economists follow their departmental compulsory courses.
Joint seminars: ELEA students follow 2 compulsory joint seminars on case analysis in the fields of European competition and regulation and on data protection and privacy. These seminars are only open to ELEA students: EU Competition and Regulation : Case Analysis (25h) by Profs. Damien GERARD and Mike WALKER and Law and Economics of Data Protection and Privacy in the EU (25h) by Profs. Orla LYNSKEY and Christian RUSCHE.
Pool system within each department: ELEA students must follow optional courses within the students’ department (one optional course for Economics students; two optional courses for Law students), chosen from a defined pool of courses/seminars associated with the programme. In addition, lawyers and economists follow their departmental compulsory courses.
European General Studies Programme
ELEA students will follow one of the second semester seminars of the European General Studies Programme.
Economics students must follow one European General Studies course in French.
The study programmes are revised annually to ensure continuing excellence and dynamism.