Teaching European Integration
(available for Armenia)
The Jean Monnet action aims to stimulate excellence in teaching, research and debate on European integration at higher institutions.
What does it support?
• Jean Monnet European modules: short courses on European integration of at least 40 teaching hours.
• Jean Monnet Chairs: teaching posts with a specialization in European integration studies. Chairholders teach a minimum of 90 hours per academic year in the field.
• Ad personam Jean Monnet Chairs: these are reserved for holders of Jean Monnet Chairs with a high-level international teaching and publication record and/or professors with a distinguished background as former high-level practitioners in the field of European integration.
• Jean Monnet Centres of Excellence: multi-disciplinary structures pooling resources on European integration within one or more universities, and working under the direction of a Jean Monnet Chair.
• Support for associations of professors and researchers specializing in European integration.
• Support for information and research activities relating to European integration, to stimulate conferences, seminars and roundtables on European integration.
• Jean Monnet multilateral research groups: partnerships between Jean Monnet Chairs from at least three different countries leading to joint research and multi-disciplinary synergies in the field of European integration.
Who can take part?
Higher education institutions, associations of professors and researchers specializing in European integration studies.
How do I apply?
By responding to calls for proposals.