European Higher Education and Scientific Institutions are recognised between Russian academicians as source of inspiration for what concern research and teaching matters. For this reason EU studies represent an important bridge in order to connect Russian Federation, closer to the EU values and best practices in higher education system.
A tailored module as "European Union in the World" will directly impact the corresponding skills, knowledge and values of our whole organization. Multidisciplinary/interdisciplinary courses are not that often provided in Russian university or similar organizations, especially if these are delivered in foreign languages and are related with specific topics as those we are going to propose.
Our main activity will consist in development of multidisciplinary and tailored learning module called "EUROPEAN UNION IN THE WORLD" for bachelor and master students of the Faculty of Trade economics and commodity science, with a possible and expected involvement of students from other faculties/departments. The module will consist of different units which will be focusing of tEuropean oriented topics such as EU law, economic-social-political integration, foreign policy and legislation, etc.
Addictional activities such as workshops and similar are planned for all the project duration in order to actively involve a greater pool of internal and external stakeholders.
Moreover, being present not only on the territory of Russia but counting different filials spread in CIS countries, our lectures and other activities will be uploaded on the (mandatory )web-portal specifically arragend in order to give a chance to be part of our project to all those students or other subjects that for geographical, logistic and costs reason will not be able to attend classes at our istitution in Moscow. This will allow our young researchers to deliver their courses to not usual public.
In regard to our team memeber we would remark that many attention had been paid on gender balance including two women out of three module memebers as well as in the equal distribution of teaching hours.
Furthermore, EUiW members will make all the possible efforts to involve actively policy makers, civil society and third parties in order to disseminate at all the level the importance of creating a greater interest in European studies.
All of you who took part to the final test for the first module, successfully passed it.
The average score is of 96%.
I congratulate you with such result and progress in your Eu’s knowledge and awareness.
Prof. Dr. V. Ligorio
All the lerning material will be provided by the Teaching Staff.
Note that the material delivery is free of charge, so you will get it through the official channels indicated by each Professor.
For the first module delivered by Prof. V. Ligorio, you will need to register to the Google Classroom of the Module.
The invitation code to get your free access is the following :
Faculty of Trade Economics and Commodity Science
Administrative Assistant : Alexander Baranov
Academic Coordinator : Prof. Vincenzo Ligorio
Telegram Channel : https://t.me/vincentligorio
Project funded by European Commission
Erasmus + Programme–Jean Monnet
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