The course is one of the optional intermediate courses under the Study Track in Politics and Organisations.
After completing the course, students will be familiar with the major trends of European politics in recent decades and able to discuss questions of European politics on a level deeper than daily politics. They will be able to connect various political phenomena with each other and analyse the common factors. Students will also be able to challenge public notions on the causes and effects of European politics.
Third year of studies
The course familiarises students with central phenomena and trends in European politics from the end of the Cold War to the Eurozone debt crisis. Course content may vary.
The literature will be separately announced.
Final examination graded on a scale of 0 to 5 (0=fail, 1=pass, 2=satisfactory, 3=good, 4=very good, 5=excellent)
Instructions for examinations
- Faculty examinations re held in Porthania.
- Faculty examinations begin at 9.00. Students must arrive by 9.30 and may leave no earlier than 9.30.
- Students may take only writing utensils with them to their seats (no bags etc.). No programmable calculators or dictionaries are allowed.
- Mobile phones must be switched off.
- Examination answers must be returned to the invigilator in the examination envelope.
- Students must provide proof of identity when submitting their answers.
Lecture course and lecture examination, which also covers the required literature