I've pretty much figured out my classes, now that we're nearly done with the introductory lectures. Below each one, I've put a link to the professor's profile.
European Union Policies and Policy Making
Societal Modernisation and Political Renewal
Comparative Social Policy
We have one unit that's compulsory (the 1st one on the list there), then we can choose 3 from 7 others. I've just got one more intro lecture tomorrow, to a unit called "Comparative European Politics" that I probably won't be choosing, b/c I'm happy with the ones I've picked, and b/c it sounds pretty much like Euro 301 at UW... I like having just M, W, F, because then I've got Tues. & Thurs. to catch up on reading and work on papers.
Our grades are based completely on these essays--1 for each class, 4,000 words each. They're due at 4 different times during the quarter, so we can't put them off until the last minute. It's nice to see procrastination isn't strictly an American student thing.