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Yuriy Fedcovych Chernivtsi National University, Ukraine (P9)


The history of Chernivtsi University starts from October 4, 1875 when by the decree of Franz Josef I, the Emperor of Austro- Hungary Alma Mater Francisco Josephina was founded on the basis of the Czernowitz Higher Theological School, with faculties of Orthodox Theology, Philosophy and Law. Nowadays ChNU is accredited with the highest IV level of accreditation. It has 11 faculties and 2 institutes with about 15 thousand students. Over 1200 lecturers including 130 doctors, professors, 700 PhDs, assistant professors are providing teaching and research work at the University. 10 special councils for thesis defense in 28 specialties work at the University. 124 research works altogether with 12 international scientific projects are being carried out at present. Chernivtsi University is an individual full member of the European University Association from 2009, and has been accepted to become a member of the Magna Charta Universitatum. ChNU has over 128 bilateral agreements with foreign partner institutions from 25 countries all over the world. The University open to new initiatives for international cooperation. The University is involved in a number of international education and research projects, as well as into student, research and educational personnel mobility programs. 8 TEMPUS, 6 Erasmus Mundus, 1 Jean Monnet, 3 cross-border cooperation and 11 Erasmus+ KA1 grants have been won by the ChNU during the last 5 years. The University’s international activity is also promoted by a range of research centers, such as the Research Center of Bukovina Studies, Ramon Gnatyshyn Canadian Studies Center, Center of American Studies, Anton Kokhanovskiy Eastern School of Polish Studies Centre, Euroatlantic Integration and Security Center, Bohemistics Centre, German Studies Centre, Slavic Studies Centre, Romanian Language Studies Centre, Jewish Studies Centre, Centre for European Studies and Centre for Romanian Studies.
Dobrzhanska SHORODOK is PhD (political science). Chief of annual international conference ,,Foreign Policy of Ukraine: Current Agenda” and editor of its materials, research of the EU Foreign Policy, coordinator of the annual summer school of Polish language and culture held in Przemyszel ( Poland), developer of teaching course on the EU for BA students. Took chief positions in the organization process of elections on the local level. Project membership “The values of the United European and Ukrainian society: problems of correlation and mechanisms of transition”(2016/2017). Role in the project: local coordinator, research, events deliverable activities.
Bostan SERGII  is PhD ( political science). Teaching in political and sociological sciences, international relations and public administration, preparation of analytical materials and scientific activity. Head of NGO «Institute for Political and Geopolitical Researches», Chief editor of the scientific-educational journal “Scientific Bulletin of the Institute for Political and Geopolitical Researches”, Member of the editorial board of the international scientific-educational journal ,,Studia Humanitatis”, Member of the international expert Consortium of Ukraine-Romanian relations. Role in the project: research, events deliverable activities.


Oleh KOZACHUK is Dr. hab. candidate (political science). Lecturing on cultural studies and interethnic relations (with up to 75% of EU content) for graduate students; since 2005 every consecutive year organize and supervise Summer schools in Kielce, Krakow, Warsaw and Ostrowiec-Swietokrzyski, Poland for the Chernivtsi national university students. Role in the project: research, events deliverable activities