The request for accreditation of the Course shall be filed with the Unified Patent Court in one of the official languages of the European Patent Office and shall contain:
(a) the curriculum of the Course envisaged;
(b) information concerning the requirements under Rules 4 and 5 ;
(c) information concerning the requestor’s status;
(d) information concerning the number of hours for each topic of the Course;
(e) names and titles of the selected teachers;
(f) draft scheme of examination, defining the objectives and the method of examina-tion, including the number and duration of written and oral exams.
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1. The minimum duration of the Course shall be 120 hours of lectures and practical training.
2. The Course shall be concluded by both a written and oral examination.
1. The Course may be provided in any official language of a Member State of the European Union.
2. E-learning facilities are encouraged as an integral part of the Course. However, practical training always requires personal participation.