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Central and East European, Russian and Eurasian Studies (CEERES)

A diverse consortium of 8 European and Eurasian universities that tackles regional European issues from a CEE and Eurasian perspective.

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Euroculture: Politics, Society and Culture in a Global Context

A flagship EMJMD programme that brings 8 European universities and 4 non-EU partners into a dynamic consortium that tackles contemporary European issues in an innovative and interdisciplinary way.

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European Politics and Society: Vaclav Havel Joint Master Programme (EPS)

A consortium forged through long-term cooperation in the Europeaum network with the participation of 4 top European universities, this European Studies Master prepares students for work in European institutions and international relations.

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EU-JAPAN Advanced Multidisciplinary Master Studies, Joint Degree Project

Kierownik projektu: dr hab. Jacek H. Kołodziej

Czas trwania: 2013-2017

Projekt finansowany przez Komisję Europejską, Dyrekcję Generalną ds. Edukacji i Kultury (Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency / Tempus and Bilateral Cooperation with Industrial Countries ICI ECP). Projekt realizowany przez konsorcjum: leading institution: Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, EU partners: Jagiellonian University, University of Essex, Lund University, University of Groningen, Tilburg University. Partner country lead institution: Kobe University, patners involved: Kyushu University, Nara Women’s University, Osaka University.

Celem projektu jest wymiana wiedzy i doświadczeń na temat procesów społecznych, kulturowych i politycznych w Europie oraz na Dalekim Wschodzie (zwłaszcza Japonii), wzajemnych relacji między Europą i Japonią; poprawa jakości kształcenia na studiach wyższych. Projekt realizowany poprzez wymianę studentów i kadry. Wymiana studentów opiera się na dwuletnich studiach EU-JAMM (rok w Polsce i rok w Japonii), dających dwa dyplomy: Europeistyki UJ oraz Uniwersytetu w Kobe. Kadra Instytutu Europeistyki może ubiegać się o tygodniowe pobyty naukowo-dydaktyczne w Kobe.

Horizon 2020, Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network: PLATO “The Post-crisis Legitimacy of the European Union - European Training Network”

Project director: Professor Zdzisław Mach

Project duration: 2016-2020

The Post-Crisis Legitimacy of the European Union (PLATO) is a European Training Network funded under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions. The aim of this Horizon 2020 funding scheme is to train a new generation of creative and innovative researchers by bringing together universities, research centres and non-academic partners from different countries.

Multiple crises have created new legitimacy challenges for the EU. To investigate whether the EU’s responses to these crises have been legitimate with a set of crucial actors and standards, PLATO will recruit 15 PhD students to form an integrated research training network.

They will follow an intensive and demanding training programme through several PhD schools organised at network level. The students will get solid academic training by a multidisciplinary faculty of leading scholars, and complementary training in a range of other professional skills through more practically oriented courses and work experience from relevant sectors.

Transnational and cross-sectoral mobility will be a key aspect of the network. The early-stage researchers will spend parts of their PhD at another partner university and undertake an internship at a non-academic partner to gain first-hand experience from the policy-advice, consulting or civil society sectors. PLATO’s group of non-academic partners include several leading European think tanks, a consulting firm for trade associations, two civil society organisations, and the leading online daily news site on EU politics, EUobserver. Moreover, the career development organisation Vitae will assist the PhDs in their individual career planning.

PLATO has been granted 3.9 million euros over a period of four years.

PLATO partners

Academic partners

  • University of Oslo, Norway
  • ARENA Centre for European Studies / Prof. Chris Lord (project coordinator)
  • Freie Universität Berlin / WZB / Hertie School of Governance, Germany
  • Berlin Graduate School of Transnational Studies / Prof. Michael Zürn
  • Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques Paris, France
  • Centre d’études européennes / Prof. Renaud Dehousse
  • Institute for Advanced Studies, Vienna, Austria
  • Department of Political Science / Prof. Johannes Pollak
  • Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague, Czech Republic
  • Institute of Sociology / Dr. Zdenka Mansfeldova
  • Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland
  • Institute of European Studies / Prof. Zdzislaw Mach
  • University of Antwerp, Belgium
  • ACIM – Antwerp Centre for Institutions and Multilevel Politics / Prof. Dirk de Bièvre
  • University of Cambridge, UK
  • Department of Politics and International Studies (POLIS) / Dr. Chris Bickerton
  • University of Twente, The Netherlands
  • Twente Graduate School – Innovation of Governance / Prof. Ramses Wessel

Non-academic partners

  • Bruegel, Brussels
  • Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS), Brussels
  • Vitae, The Career Development Organisation (CRAC), Cambridge
  • Democracy International, Berlin
  • EUobserver, Brussels
  • European Citizen Action Service (ECAS), Brussels
  • Jacques Delors Institute, Berlin
  • Kellen, Brussels
  • Clingendael, Netherlands Institute of International Relations, The Hague
  • The Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM), Warszawa
  • Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP), Berlin

Horyzont 2020, Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network: project “FATIGUE” - Delayed Transformational Fatigue in Central and Eastern Europe: Responding to the Rise of Illiberalism/Populism.

Kierownik UJ: Zdzisław Mach

Koordynator projektu: prof. Jan Kubik, University College London, School of Slavonic & East European Studies.

Konsorcjum: Charles University, Corvinus University of Budapest, Belgrad University oraz Uniwerstet w Tartu.

Internal and external challenges to the European Union

Project director: Prof. dr hab. Zdzisław Mach

Grant number: 587492-EPP-1-2017-1-PL-EPPJMO-MODULE within Jean Monet Module (ERASMUS + Programme)

Module coordinator: dr Natasza Styczyńska

Time frame of the project: 2017-2020

The module will deliver tailor-made courses on specific EU issues relevant for graduates in their professional life. Firstly, the module will introduce a critical perspective on contemporary political and social challenges in the EU. In doing so, it will employ teaching methods where problem-based learning and analysis of selected case studies constitute the main pillars of building knowledge among module’s participants. This knowledge will then be supplemented by practical skills during the workshops, where students will develop competences that are relevant to their future careers. This includes negotiation skills; presentation, public speaking and argumentation; teamwork and consensual problem-solving as well as debating. The main themes include the external policies of the European Union, their democratic control and contestation; impact and perceptions of the EU on the local level that will fall into the “Political challenges to the European Integration” course (dr Natasza Styczyńska, Marcin Zubek MA and Maciej Stępka MA) and “Challenges to the European identity. The rebirth of nationalisms in Europe” course (prof. Zdzisław Mach and dr Joanna Orzechowska-Wacławska) respectively. The aforementioned projects generated publications that will be included in the syllabuses. The workshop will be organised to serve as a forum for discussing the projects’ findings and enable the wider dissemination of their results due to its international character. 

Internal and external challenges to the European Union

Kierownik projektu: Prof. dr hab. Zdzisław Mach

(Numer grantu: 587492-EPP-1-2017-1-PL-EPPJMO-MODULE) realizowany ze środków Jean Monet Module (ERASMUS + Programme)

Koordynator Modułu: dr Natasza Styczyńska

Czas trwania projektu: 2017-2020

W ramach Modułu Jean Monnet przeprowadzone będą dwa kursy w języku angielskim, otwarte dla wszystkich studentów UJ:

“Challenges to the European identity. The rebirth of nationalisms in Europe” (prof. Zdzisław Mach i dr Joanna Orzechowska-Wacławska)

“Political challenges to the European Integration” (dr Natasza Styczyńska) I symulacje oraz warsztaty prowadzone w ramach przedmiotu przez mgr Marcina Zubka i mgr Macieja Stępkę.

Projekt zakłada też publikację working papers oraz organizację międzynarodowych warsztatów.