Theme Course Public Law (B-KUL-C01F4A)
- Make students familiar with research practice by integrating them in existing research units, in casu the research unit Public Law.
- Make students familiar with the diversity of activities of research units in producing but also in divulging research output.- Make students acquainted with a research culture (and not only with individual research projects or items).
Is also included in other courses
- Master of Laws (Major Subject: Research Master Laws) 120 ects.
- This theme course offers students a view in the internal kitchen of the research unit Public Law by allowing them to participate in a multitude of activities being performed there. To the extent possible, students of the research master will be integrated in the units activities as PhD students are, and this during an entire academic year.
- In order to give them a flavour of the diversity of activities of research units in producing but also in divulging research output, students participate in on-going activities of the research unit such as field research, organisation or active attendance of seminars or conferences, discussion with fellow researchers, devising and defending research projects, organisation of research unit, and planning of research. - The focus in this course is not, as in other courses of the research master, on writing or production of an own research product. Rather, students are asked to participate in the research or writing of a professor, to help organize a seminar or conference, to present research results.