Course author and teacher:
ZHANG Haizheng, JIN Xiaowen

Beijing Foreign Studies University – China

European Company Law

EURASIA Thematic Areas: EU Law

Number of Credits: 2
Level: MA 


This entirely new course is now part of the MA programme European Languages & Law. The course content has been peer reviewed by Dr. Vihar Georgiev, member of the EU Studies Department, Faculty of Philosophy, Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”.
The course has been subjected to accreditation procedures at Beijing Foreign Studies University and has been accredited to be offered to students.

Course Aims Learning OutcomesAccreditation Status
The course of European Company Law is a legal course for junior law students. The aim of the course is to help students to understand European company law’s essential principles, to achieve an overview of its terminology and content and to develop the necessary skills to research and master details of the subject. It introduces the students systematically to the statutory documents and key cases of several European countries. It covers the analysis of key European directives, authentic company documents, law reform reports, non-statutory codes of practice and academic writings by leading authors.
This course is also trying to equip students with skills of comparative legal studies through the analysis of commonalities and differences between European company law and its counterparts of Chinese law.