Jean Monnet Scholarship Programme aims at developing Turkey’s human resources capacity in the EU Acquis related fields by granting scholarships for academic studies in EU member countries. In this manner, young professionals’ perspectives about the European integration process will be.
European Union Jean Monnet Chair. in cooperation with the. Professor Roberto Toniatti. Dipartimento di Scienze Giuridiche. European Legal Integration: The New Italian Scholarship (ELINIS) This Working Paper is part of the ELINIS project: European Legal Integration: The New Italian Scholarship. Even the most cursory examination of the major.
Additional funds to increase the participation of Higher Education Institutions from countries outside the European Union in Jean Monnet Activities: How to apply Organisations wishing to apply for Jean Monnet Activities are invited to submit applications online by 22 February 2018, 12:00 noon (CET) to the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency in Brussels.
Jean Monnet modules. In addition to the work of the Jean Monnet Chair, we will also be running two dedicated Jean Monnet modules. The first module, Europe: From Continent to Community, explores the integration process and the factors that led to the formation of the European Union. The module also investigates issues surrounding the union and.
In 2017 the European Commission Executive Agency for Education, Audiovisual and Culture (EACEA) selected for EU co-funding the application of the University of Trieste (Italy) for a Jean Monnet Module entitled “Environmental Sustainability in Europe: a socio-legal perspective” (project ENSUEU: 587341-EPP-1-2017-1-IT-EPPJMO-MODULE). The duration of the project is three academic years.
The Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies (RSCAS) offers Jean Monnet Fellowships to scholars who have obtained their doctorate at least 5 years before the start of the fellowship.During their stay at the RSCAS, fellows work on a research topic that fits well in the overall research profile of the RSCAS and participate in the academic life of the Centre and of the EUI.
The path from single market to economic union is a continuing — and controversial — story; raising questions about the present and future regulation, structures, and purpose of economic union within the broader objectives of the EU legal and political order. This book focuses on the evolution and regulation of the EU as an economic union, in tribute to the scholarship of the late Professor.
It further comprises two Jean Monnet Professors in EU Politics (Lee McGowan and David Phinnemore). The centre members’ diverse research interests convene in a critical approach to the European Union from global, regional and local perspectives as a theme for interdisciplinary inquiry.