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List of courses taught in English at Saint-Louis

 

First Term

 

ESPO1170 Economics I (Bertrand Hamaide)

ECGE1113 - Economics I (Wouter Vergote)

ECGE1215 Public Finance (Peter Solar)

DRAN1310A - EU Law : Foundations

SPOL1312 International Relations (Amandine Orsini)

HDDR1363 Intellectual Property Law (Alain Strowel)

POLS1220 Introduction to the culture of the English-speaking world (François van der Mensbrugghe)

COMU1211 Corporate communication and public relations (David Zaruk)

ESPO1360 Ethics and the Economy (Yannick Vanderborght)

DROI1141 - Everyday English (Ingrid Bonnevie, Michel Dessart, Laurent Hubert, Martine Robberechts, Benjamin Sornin de Leysat, Vanessa Velaers)

or DROI1142 - Advanced everyday English (Martine Robberechts)

DROI1240A - Legal English (Dominique De Froidmont)

GERM1140 - English : Linguistics I and Practical Exercises

GERM1240 - English : Linguistics II and Practical Exercises

GERM1116 - English: History of literature (Ingrid Bertrand)

GERM1218 - English: History of Literature II (Ingrid Bertrand)

GERM1114 - English: analysis and explanation of literary texts I a (Isabelle Peere)

GERM1216 - English: analysis and explanation of literary texts I a (Isabelle Peere)

GERM1125 - English: Analysis and Explanation of Literary Texts I b (Ingrid Bertrand)

GERM1233 - English: Analysis and Explanation of Literary Texts II b (Ingrid Bertrand)

GERM1344 - English: IIIa Linguistics: English Morphology (Marie-Aude Lefer)

Independent Study (4 credtis) under conditions *: List of topics

 

 

Second Term

 

POLS1127 Economics II (Bertrand Hamaide)

ECGE1114 - Economics II (Wouter Vergote)

ESPO1164 Geopolitics (Nathalie Tousignant)

HDPO1315 EU Politics (Jean-Louis De Brouwer)

DRAN1261 Common Law (François van der Mensbrugghe)

DRAN1262 Introduction to Comparative Law (Nicolas de Sadeleer)

ECGE1256 Seminar in Economics (Bertrand Hamaide, Peter Solar, Wouter Vergote)

SPOL1215 International organizations (Amandine Orsini)

POLS1321 - Society and Environment

SPOL1216-Seminar in International Relations

ECGE1216 Human resource management (Ralf Caers)

ECGE1327 Corporate Finance (Anouk Claes)

ECGE1317 European economics (Jean-Christophe Defraigne)

COMU1313 International Communications (Georgios Terzis)

ECGE1314 International trade (Wouter Vergote)

DROI1141 - Everyday English (Ingrid Bonnevie, Michel Dessart, Laurent Hubert, Martine Robberechts, Benjamin Sornin de Leysat, Vanessa Velaers) or DROI1142 - Advanced everyday English (Martine Robberechts)

DROI1240B - Legal Law II (François van der Mensbrugghe)

GERM1140 - English : Linguistics I and Practical Exercises

GERM1240 - English : Linguistics II and Practical Exercises

GERM1125 - English: Analysis and Explanation of Literary Texts I b (Ingrid Bertrand)

GERM1233 - English: Analysis and Explanation of Literary Texts II b (Ingrid Bertrand)

GERM1346 - English: Literature III: American Drama (Isabelle Peere)

GERM1345 - English: IIIb Linguistics: Introduction to Semantics and Pragmatics (Sylvie Decock)

Languages and societies (cultural, social, economic and political cultures - courses in English, Spanish, German, Italian, Dutch, Russian and Turkish) (3 credits)

Independent Study (4 credits) under conditions *: List of topics

 

Courses from Master Level (evening study)

EUSL2202 - Political philosophy and the European Union (Helder Deschutter, Philippe Van Parijs)

EUSL2717 - Environment, Consumer Protection and Health Policies (Nicolas de Sadeleer)

EUSL2712 - Foreign Policy of the European Union (Tom Delreux))

 

 

*Under certain conditions, an Erasmus student has the opportunity to carry out a research work on a specific subject in the field of his/her choice (economy, sociology, law, political science, international relations, management, etc...) during one semester and it is worth 4 credits.

At the beginning of the semester, the student will have to choose the subject in a list of proposals. The student and the promotor (or supervising professor) have first to agree on the choice of the subject.

The promotor will then give a few guidelines to the student : readings (a book or specialized articles), deadlines, number of pages, etc..

The student will then have to carry out his research work (fieldresearch - interviews - etc.).

At least twice during the semester, they will meet to discuss the progress of the research work.

Before the end of the semester, the student will have to write a paper between 12 and 20 pages according to the promotor’s guidelines including an appropriate bibliography, footnotes...      

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