The Faculty of Law of the University of Porto and the CIJ - Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Justice - have the honour to announce the opening of registrations for the Continuous Training Course "A Digital Europe for Citizens", which will take place between 30 January and 17 February 2023, from Monday to Friday, between 18h00 and 20h00, and is composed of 3 (three) modules.
The course has a total duration of 30 contact hours, equivalent to 3 ECTS, and will take place face-to-face at the premises of the Faculty of Law of the University of Porto. Alternatively, those interested may choose to attend the course in an e-learning regime (with synchronous classes), in which case it will be a Free Course, not subject to crediting.
The course is part of the project - Jean Monnet Module "A Digital Europe for Citizens. Constitutional and Policymaking Challenges", project coordinated by Graça Enes, also integrating, in the team, Inês Neves and Tiago Morais Rocha, and, in the administrative support, Manuela Santos, besides a group of junior collaborators. With the financial support of the European Union, the project aims at promoting teaching and research of excellence on Digital Europe and its constitutional and policy-making challenges, having a duration of 3 (three) years.
Places on the Course are limited, being partly reserved for full time attendance.
The enrolments can be made until next January 20th, through the form available here.
The enrolment and choice of the attendance model, as well as other information about the course, including fees, may be done here: https://direito.up.pt/digeucit/curso-hibrido/
The attendance control required for the Certificate of Attendance in the online attendance modality implies keeping the computer camera turned on and capturing the image of the person enrolled during the classes. Enrolment in this attendance modality implies consent to do so.