Jean Monnet Chair

Jean Monnet Chair,

Project number 575077-EPP-1-2016-1-RU-EPPJMO-CHAIR

“Legal Foundations of the EU-Russia Relations”

 

This project “Legal Foundations of the EU-Russia Relations” aims to implement new academic courses in the Kutafin Moscow State Law University curriculum and create framework academic courses for other universities and curriculums of non-legal faculties and departments for the period 2016-2019. The Kutafin Moscow State Law University have been implementing curriculum in European Law for 19 years. Its latest key amendments had place in 2010-2013 when the University introduced framework master’s and bercelor’s degree programs on EU law. This proposal has a goal to make further steps to practical implementation of the curriculum in European Law on the ground of new European orientated courses, methodologies and technologies.

This Project aims to implement academic courses (minimum 114 hours per year):

— “Legal Foundations of the EU-Russia Relations” for master’s degree and postgraduate students and

— “EU Trade Law and Russia” for bachelor’s degree students

in the University curriculum. These courses are coherent and will have a multidisciplinary synergy effect. These new academic courses will focus on International and European Law provisions between the EU and Russia.

All outputs and outcomes of teaching activities and results of the planned events will be available through open educational resources (the website of the Project), which will be freely available and promoted through open license and without disproportional limitations. It will make the results of the Project open for wide-range students, teachers, researchers and civil society.

 

Didactic materials

Outputs of events

Outputs of research activities

 

With the support of the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union, Jean Monnet Chair, Project number 575077-EPP-1-2016-1-RU-EPPJMO-CHAIR

 

 

Университет имени О.Е.Кутафина (МГЮА), 2016 — 2017

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