The system of continued assessment is based on a practice-oriented learning that aims to reinforce theory through direct experience in cases that should facilitate the understanding and management of the teaching contents.
Academic activities are divided into Lectures (large group) and laboratory sessions (small groups).
1. Lectures (Large Groups), in which the basic aspects of each subject will be theoretically explained
2. Practice/Laboratory Sessions (Small Group), in which specific activities will be developed through a practical understanding. The activities to be developed will include the resolution of practical exercises as well as, where appropriate, other control activities, for example, reading literature or analyses of relevant case law and surprise questions to check the level of knowledge on each of the subjetcs. Methodologically speaking these may include the use of methodologies such as internet, audiovisual media, video, literature on the process of European integration, artistic expressions relating to the process of European construction, etc., which will provide additional applied knowledge on the European integration process in general and through the law, and which should serve to introduce the student of EU law, in an innovative way, in a deeper understanding of the EU realities, the history of the EU, its public policies, and the international role of the EU as a key player in an increasingly globalized world.