Labour Law, Migration and Globalisation
This module takes place online.
- Migration and Labour in a Globalized World
- Introduction to International and European Labour Law
- Regulating Labour Migration: Restriction, Promotion and Protection of Rights I
- Regulating Labour Migration: Restriction, Promotion and Protection of Rights II
- Labour and Social Protection
- Social Dialogue and Collective Bargaining
- Labour, Gender and Family Life
- Atypical Employment and the Circumvention of Labour Law
- Programme – The course is taught in English (4 ECTS)
- Requirements – At least one year of studies in the field of Law
- Programme fee – EUR 500.00
- Application deadline – n/a
If you are a student from the University of Massachusetts system, the University of Wisconsin system, and participating universities in Queensland you will participate as exchange students and will not pay fees directly to Frankfurt Digital Summer School. Please contact your study abroad advisor for more information on how and when to apply.
The course comprises 28 contact hours (8*3.5 hours). Upon successful completion, 4 ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) points will be awarded for the module. A single ECTS point is defined as the equivalent of 25 to 30 hours of student workload. This includes class hours, additional preparations for class activities, readings, assignments as well as final assessments.
Attendance: Participants have to attend at least 80 % of the classes.