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List of courses taught in English at Saint-Louis

 

First Term

 

Faculty of Philosophy, Languages and Letters, and Human Sciences

 

GERM1140 - English : Linguistics I and Practical Exercises

GERM1240A - English : Linguistics and practical exercises II A

GERM1101 - English : history of literature and analysis of texts I

GERM1263 - English : civilisation

 

Faculty of Economics, Social and Political Sciences and Communication

 

ESPO1170 - Economics I

ECGE 1217 - Microeconomics

ECGE1113 - Economics I

POLS1220 - Introduction to the culture of the English-speaking world

ECGE 1328 - Management and strategy

ECGE 1340 - Economic history

SPOL1312 - International Relations

COMU1211 - Corporate communication and public relations

ESPO1360 - Ethics and the Economy

ESPO 1165 - Political Science

POLS 1114 - Communication Science

ERAS1000 - Seminar in international and european organizations

ANGL1191 - English I (Economics/Engineering)

ANGL1192 - English I (Political and social sciences)

ANGL1291 - English II (Economics/Engineering)

ANGL1292 - English II (Political and social sciences)

ANGL1392 - English III (Political and social sciences)

 

Faculty of Law

 

DRAN 1217 - Legal History

HDDR1363 - Intellectual Property Law

DROI11411 - Everyday English

or DROI11422 - Advanced everyday English

DRAN1310 - EU Law : Foundations

 

Independent Study (4 credits) under conditions *:

List of the topics

 

 

Second Term

 

Faculty of Philosophy, Languages and Letters, and Human Sciences

 

GERM1140 - English : Linguistics I and Practical Exercises

GERM1240B - English : Linguistics and Practical Exercises II B

GERM1101 - English : history of literature and analysis of texts I

GERM1300 - English : history of literature

GERM1351 - English : literary texts analysis and special questions

GERM1354 - English : special questions of linguistics

 

Faculty of Economics, Social and Political Sciences and Communication

 

POLS1127 - Economics II

ECGE1116 - Introduction to financial markets

ECGE1114 - Economics II

ECGE1215 - Public Finance

ESPO1164 - Geopolitics

HDPO1315 - EU Politics

SPOL1215 - International organizations

ECGE1216 - Human management

ECGE1327 - Corporate Finance

ECGE1317 - European economics

COMU1313 - International Communications

ECGE1314 - International Economics

ERAS2000 - Seminar on International and European organisations in Brussels

POLS1321 - Society and Environment

ECGE1215 - Public Economics

ANGL1191 - English I (Economics/Engineering)

ANGL1192 - English I (Political and social sciences)

ANGL1291 - English II (Economics/Engineering)

ANGL1292 - English II (Political and social sciences)

ANGL1391 - English III (Economics/Engineering)

 

Faculty of Law

 

DRAN1261 - Common Law

DRAN1262 - Introduction to Comparative Law

DROI11411 - Everyday English

or DROI11422 - Advanced everyday English

DROI1240B - Legal Law II

DRAN1220 - Economics

DRAN1216 - Legal Theory

 

Faculty of Translation and Interpreting

 

Culture and communication (cultural, social, economic and political cultures - courses in English, Spanish, German, Italian, Dutch, Russian and Turkish) (5 credits)

 

Independent Study (4 credits) under conditions *:

 

List of the topics

 

Courses from Master Level (evening study)

EUSL2202 - Political philosophy and the European Union

EUSL2717 - Environment, Consumer Protection and Health Policies

EUSL2712 - Foreign Policy of the European Union

 

*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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