The participants, through a practical approach, will learn about:

  • The European Union and international trade: the EU and its role and  competencies in trade, bilateral trade agreements, and trade negotiations;
  • The EU Trade law and its principles;
  • The role of the WTO in the multilateral system, its functioning and the current situation;
  • The Plurilateral Agreements and Bilateral agreements, including examples of bilateral trade agreements incurred by the EU will be analysed through case studies (JEEPA);The EU’s trade policies and aspirations in a geopolitical sense;
  • The General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS), through practical exercises to gain understanding on the practical application of commitments on market access and national treatment;
  • Recent developments affecting EU trade

For more details, you can download the 2024 programme here.

Please note that this course can be tailored on demand for specific groups.

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