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MOOC by the University of Tartu – “Common Challenges of Competing Regionalisms”


MOOC by the University of Tartu – “Common Challenges of Competing Regionalisms”

Deadline: 22 April 2021
Open to: international applicants
Benefits: free MOOC and digital certificates

Description

Are you interested to widen your knowledge about comparative regionalism and integration processes in Europe and Eurasia? Would you like to know more about the dimensions of comparative regionalism in the European and Eurasian context in the light of emergence, transformation, and consolidation of integration processes in the EU and in the former Soviet space?

Join the brand-new e-course “Common Challenges of Competing Regionalisms” launched by the Johan Skytte Institute of Political Studies (University of Tartu) and meet the lecturers in the virtual classroom!
The MOOC is worth 2 ECTS and runs from 26.04.2021 to 06.06.2021.

What will you learn during the course?

During the course you are going to learn about:

By enrolling to the course, you will have access to:

Eligibility

Open to international applicants.

Do you need any prior knowledge?

Basic knowledge of comparative regionalism and integration processes in Europe and Eurasia are suggested. However, the course will provide useful background material to any participant, who is interested in comparative regionalism and international affairs in general.

Benefits

The course is completely free of charge and at the end of the course all participants can receive digital certificates with 2 ECTS from UT. There will be combination of in-⁠house and regional experts, covering the issues of comparative regionalism!

How to apply?

Register here (by April 22nd, 2021)
Check the course trailer here.

For additional information please visit the official website or contact Anna Beitane, [email protected]

The course is developed within the framework of the Jean Monnet Module ‘Neighbourhood, Enlargement, and Regionalism in Europe’ (NearEU) with the support of the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.



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