Jean Monnet Erasmus+

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Jean Monnet (born 1988) is considered by many as the architect of a unified Europe. The Erasmus + action Jean Monnet is design to promote excellence in teaching and research in the field of European Union studies worldwide. The activities also foster the dialogue between the academic world and policy-makers, in particular with the aim of enhancing governance of EU policies.

Jean Monnet

Who can apply?

Higher education institutions all over the world, organizations working within the field of European integration, as well as researchers and professors in European Studies or EU related studies can apply for support.

The most relevant fields of study are political science, communication and information science, economics, history, cultural sciences, international relations, law and interdisciplinary programs. A number of other disciplines are also relevant if they contain an element of teaching, research or reflection on European integration, and help to introduce a European approach in the studies.

What types of activities are supported?

  1. Teaching and Research: Jean Monnet Modules, Chairs and Centres of Excellence.
  2. Support to Associations: Jean Monnet support to Associations.
  3. Policy debate with the Academic World: Jean Monnet Networks and Jean Monnet Projects.

Key activities include courses, research, conferences, networking activities, and publications in the field of EU studies.

More information about the Jean Monnet activities can be found on the European Commission website.

Application

Contact international@nmbu.no for PIC number and other useful information for the application process.

DIKU's website on Jean Monnet (Norwegian)

Download application form.

 

Application deadline:

2020, date not published.

Published 16. February 2018 - 9:29 - Updated 6. June 2019 - 13:12