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Brexit – The Legal and Constitutional Implication for the UK and EU

Radboud University

5 days
Duration
600 EUR/full
600 EUR/full
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About

The decision of the UK electorate, by a narrow majority, to vote to leave the EU has had great and as yet unresolved political consequences. It may well also have major economic consequences for the UK and the EU. The Brexit – The Legal and Constitutional Implication for the UK and EU programme is offered at the Radboud University.

Overview

Key facts:

  • This intensive Brexit – The Legal and Constitutional Implication for the UK and EU course at the Radboud University gives you the possibility to see behind the politics and explore the legal implications. You will be introduced to the relevant UK and EU case law and the course will also subject the statements of EU officials and Member State authorities to a critical legal analysis.
  • The UK has long been seen as a 'semi-detached' member of the EU. It joined the EEC late and has been seen as disengaged from some of the political elements of the EU project. Politically, the Brexit referendum divided the UK down the middle. London, Scotland and Northern Ireland, together with several major cities, voted to remain. Younger and better educated voters voted to remain, older and less well educated voted to leave. In many cases, while the adverse impact of 'uncontrolled' immigration was said to be a key factor, those districts with high numbers of migrants voted to remain and those with low numbers voted to leave. 
  • The UK has an essentially political rather than a legal constitution and the Conservative government, although containing a majority of members who campaigned to remain, committed itself to implementing Brexit as an inescapable political imperative. They seemed to largely ignore the impact of Brexit on the EU as a whole and politically the EU27 reacted by demanding that the UK receive no concessions, partly as just desserts for its 'desertion' and partly to ensure that there would be no emulation by Eurosceptic populists in other states.

Programme Structure

After this course you are able to:

  • Understand the background to and reasons for the Brexit referendum and its results
  • Understand the options available to negotiate a Brexit settlement
  • Understand the implications of the Brexit process for the British constitution and the institutions of the EU
  • Account for the way in which Brexit has been/is being resolved

Key information

Duration

  • Full-time
    • 5 days

Start dates & application deadlines

Credits

2 ECTS

Delivered

On Campus

Academic requirements

We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.

Other requirements

General requirements

  • Admission Requirements: None
  • Admission Documents: None

Tuition Fee

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  • International

    600 EUR/full
    Tuition Fee
    Based on the tuition of 600 EUR for the full programme during 5 days.
  • EU/EEA

    600 EUR/full
    Tuition Fee
    Based on the tuition of 600 EUR for the full programme during 5 days.

Early bird fee: € 450 / € 540, deadline early bird: 1 March 2021

Living costs for Nijmegen

800 - 1000 EUR /month
Living costs

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