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© Centre for European Studies - Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi
ENACTED associates research, teaching, debate and dissemination activities in the area of European Studies, in the framework of a network of 12 partners (8 universities and 4 NGOs) from 6 countries.

Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iași, Romania (UAIC) - ROMANIA.

Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iaşi (UAIC, www.uaic.ro/en/) is the oldest and one of the most prestigious higher education institutions in Romania. Since 1860 UAIC has been carrying on a tradition of excellence and innovation in the fields of education and research. The project is implemented by the Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi and managed by the Centre for European Studies of (CES-UAIC), with a solid expertise on the EU’s eastern neighbourhood and EU’s cross-border cooperation. CES-UAIC is an interdisciplinary department within UAIC which focuses on developing new academic and research programmes mainly in the field of European Studies, and particularly with regards to the eastern neighbourhood area. PROJECT COORDINATOR: Jean Monnet professor, PhD,  Gabriela Carmen PASCARIU
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University Ştefan cel Mare Suceava (USV) - ROMANIA.

University Stefan cel Mare Suceava (USV) is a research and educational centre in t Romania, providing various educational programs to more than 9000 students. The history of this establishment started in 1963, when the 3-year Pedagogical Institute was founded, and was transformed in 1990 official in university. Beginning with 1993, USV has been involved in different financing programs, with the European Union, has over 81 partnerships with over 77 organizations and universities worldwide. Partner coordinator: prof.dr. Gabriela PRELIPCEAN

University of Oradea - Association of Institute for Euroregional Studies (ISER) - ROMANIA.

Association of Institute for Euroregional Studies (ISER) was created in January 2008 as legal entity registered at the University of Oradea, which is involve to reach the activity of Institute for Euroregional Studies (ISER) created in 2005 as a “Jean Monnet” European Centre of Excellence of the Universities of Oradea and Debrecen by the Jean Monnet Project. Partner coordinator: prof.dr. Ioan HORGA

Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova (ASEM) - REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA.

Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova (ASEM) is the main educational institution with economic profile in Moldova and cooperates with over 150 universities world-wide. Since 1991, striving for excellence, the ASEM takes unique initiatives to stimulate high standards in education, internationally competitive research and entrepreneurial approach. With over 10.000 students and 1000 academic staff, the ASEM enjoys a high prestige at national & international levels. Partner coordinator: prof.dr. Olesea SARBU
Association for Ethnic and Regional Studies (ASER) - REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA. Association for Ethnic and Regional Studies (ASER) was legally registered in 2003, as a non-profit organisation, founded by the group of professors and researchers specialising in European integration process of Moldova. ASER`s mission: Contribution in keeping and development in the Republic of Moldova of values one of the multi-cultural open societies, which is based on the principles of democracy, stability and good neighbourhood cooperation between regions of the country and beyond. Partner coordinator:

Moldova State University (USM) - REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA.

The decision to found European Studies Center within Faculty of International Relations, Political and Administrative Sciences of Moldova State University was adopted by the Moldova State University Senate in 2011. The main task of the European Studies Center is to contribute essentially to the further development of the European Studies in the Republic of Moldova as an important part of the general education process of the country and for European integration objectives fulfillment. Partner coordinator: prof.dr. Grigore VASILESCU

Promotion of Intercultural Cooperation (PIC) - UKRAINE.

NGO “Promotion of Intercultural Cooperation” (founded in 2008) is a non-governmental, non-profit organization based in Odessa, Ukraine, which aims to promote international cooperation and intercultural dialogue. The goal of PIC is to raise awareness in different groups (youth, students, business, journalists, state and local authorities, academics, etc.) to the problems of international, intercultural relations, global and local socio-political problems. Partner coordinator: dr. Hanna Shelest

Quadrivium (QUA) - UKRAINE.

“Quadrivium” is a scientific NGO aimed at conducting scientific research and providing policy recommendations. We seek to fulfill the following mission: interdisciplinary study of significant achievements of social and cultural, political and legal, moral and valuable experience in the Western countries for further spreading and implementation of these imperatives into Ukrainian society. Partner coordinator: dr. Nadia BUREIKO

Yuriy Fedcovych Chernivtsi National University (ChNU) - UKRAINE.

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. Partner coordinator: dr. Oksana DOBRZHANSKA

State Institute of Management and Social Technologies of Belarusian State University - BELARUS.

Belarusian State University (BSU) is one of the main and oldest educational establishments in Belarus, founded in 1921. Nowadays BSU incorporates twenty faculties, also research institutes, and research centers. The majority of university projects are funded by international funds and institutions: the European Union tools (Erasmus Mundus, Tempus, Jean Monnet, TAIEX, Youth in Action; Latvia, Lithuania and Belarus Cross-border Cooperation Programmes), UNESCO, Visegrad Fund, Council of Europe, IFESCCO. Partner coordinator: prof.dr. David ROTMAN

University of Debrecen (UDH) - HUNGARY.

Founded in 1912, the University of Debrecen is one of Hungary’s five elite-research universities, offering the widest choice of majors in the country for over 29,000 students, including 3,741 international students. UD's 1500 lecturers of 15 faculties endeavour to live up to the elite university status and to provide high quality education. The goal is to train professionals possessing all necessary skills and knowledge to enter the regional, national, or international labour market with a competitive degree. Partner coordinator: prof.dr. Klara Czimre

Warsaw School of Economics (WSE) - POLAND.

Warsaw School of Economics (SGH) (in Polish: Szkoła Główna Handlowa w Warszawie) is the oldest university of economics in Poland and one of the leading universities of economics in Europe. SGH was founded in 1906 as the first public university of economics and management in Poland. It maintains close links with business community that facilitate conducting research projects. SGH is ranked Poland’s top research university in economic sciences, with the grade of excellency awarded by Ministry of Science and Higher Education. Partner coordinator: dr. Ewelina Szczech-Pietkiewicz
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© Centre for European Studies - Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iași
ENACTED associates research, teaching, debate and dissemination activities in the area of European Studies, in the framework of a network of 12 partners (8 universities and 4 NGOs) from 6 countries.

Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iași, Romania (UAIC) -

ROMANIA.

Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iaşi (UAIC, www.uaic.ro/en/) is the oldest and one of the most prestigious higher education institutions in Romania. Since 1860 UAIC has been carrying on a tradition of excellence and innovation in the fields of education and research. The project is implemented by the Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi and managed by the Centre for European Studies of (CES-UAIC), with a solid expertise on the EU’s eastern neighbourhood and EU’s cross-border cooperation. CES-UAIC is an interdisciplinary department within UAIC which focuses on developing new academic and research programmes mainly in the field of European Studies, and particularly with regards to the eastern neighbourhood area. PROJECT COORDINATOR: Jean Monnet professor, PhD,  Gabriela Carmen PASCARIU

Partners.

University Ştefan cel Mare Suceava (USV) - ROMANIA.

University Stefan cel Mare Suceava (USV) is a research and educational centre in t Romania, providing various educational programs to more than 9000 students. The history of this establishment started in 1963, when the 3-year Pedagogical Institute was founded, and was transformed in 1990 official in university. Beginning with 1993, USV has been involved in different financing programs, with the European Union, has over 81 partnerships with over 77 organizations and universities worldwide. Partner coordinator: prof.dr. Gabriela PRELIPCEAN

University of Oradea - Association of Institute for

Euroregional Studies (ISER) - ROMANIA.

Association of Institute for Euroregional Studies (ISER) was created in January 2008 as legal entity registered at the University of Oradea, which is involve to reach the activity of Institute for Euroregional Studies (ISER) created in 2005 as a “Jean Monnet” European Centre of Excellence of the Universities of Oradea and Debrecen by the Jean Monnet Project. Partner coordinator: prof.dr. Ioan HORGA

Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova (ASEM) - REPUBLIC

OF MOLDOVA.

Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova (ASEM) is the main educational institution with economic profile in Moldova and cooperates with over 150 universities world-wide. Since 1991, striving for excellence, the ASEM takes unique initiatives to stimulate high standards in education, internationally competitive research and entrepreneurial approach. With over 10.000 students and 1000 academic staff, the ASEM enjoys a high prestige at national & international levels. Partner coordinator: prof.dr. Olesea SARBU

Association for Ethnic and Regional Studies (ASER) - REPUBLIC OF

MOLDOVA.

Association for Ethnic and Regional Studies (ASER) was legally registered in 2003, as a non-profit organisation, founded by the group of professors and researchers specialising in European integration process of Moldova. ASER`s mission: Contribution in keeping and development in the Republic of Moldova of values one of the multi-cultural open societies, which is based on the principles of democracy, stability and good neighbourhood cooperation between regions of the country and beyond. Partner coordinator:

Moldova State University (USM) - REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA.

The decision to found European Studies Center within Faculty of International Relations, Political and Administrative Sciences of Moldova State University was adopted by the Moldova State University Senate in 2011. The main task of the European Studies Center is to contribute essentially to the further development of the European Studies in the Republic of Moldova as an important part of the general education process of the country and for European integration objectives fulfillment. Partner coordinator: prof.dr. Grigore VASILESCU

Promotion of Intercultural Cooperation (PIC) - UKRAINE.

NGO “Promotion of Intercultural Cooperation” (founded in 2008) is a non-governmental, non- profit organization based in Odessa, Ukraine, which aims to promote international cooperation and intercultural dialogue. The goal of PIC is to raise awareness in different groups (youth, students, business, journalists, state and local authorities, academics, etc.) to the problems of international, intercultural relations, global and local socio-political problems. Partner coordinator: dr. Hanna Shelest

Quadrivium (QUA) - UKRAINE.

“Quadrivium” is a scientific NGO aimed at conducting scientific research and providing policy recommendations. We seek to fulfill the following mission: interdisciplinary study of significant achievements of social and cultural, political and legal, moral and valuable experience in the Western countries for further spreading and implementation of these imperatives into Ukrainian society. Partner coordinator: dr. Nadia BUREIKO

Yuriy Fedcovych Chernivtsi National University (ChNU) -

UKRAINE.

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. Partner coordinator: dr. Oksana DOBRZHANSKA

State Institute of Management and Social Technologies of

Belarusian State University - BELARUS.

Belarusian State University (BSU) is one of the main and oldest educational establishments in Belarus, founded in 1921. Nowadays BSU incorporates twenty faculties, also research institutes, and research centers. The majority of university projects are funded by international funds and institutions: the European Union tools (Erasmus Mundus, Tempus, Jean Monnet, TAIEX, Youth in Action; Latvia, Lithuania and Belarus Cross-border Cooperation Programmes), UNESCO, Visegrad Fund, Council of Europe, IFESCCO. Partner coordinator: prof.dr. David ROTMAN

University of Debrecen (UDH) - HUNGARY.

Founded in 1912, the University of Debrecen is one of Hungary’s five elite-research universities, offering the widest choice of majors in the country for over 29,000 students, including 3,741 international students. UD's 1500 lecturers of 15 faculties endeavour to live up to the elite university status and to provide high quality education. The goal is to train professionals possessing all necessary skills and knowledge to enter the regional, national, or international labour market with a competitive degree. Partner coordinator: prof.dr. Klara Czimre

Warsaw School of Economics (WSE) - POLAND.

Warsaw School of Economics (SGH) (in Polish: Szkoła Główna Handlowa w Warszawie) is the oldest university of economics in Poland and one of the leading universities of economics in Europe. SGH was founded in 1906 as the first public university of economics and management in Poland. It maintains close links with business community that facilitate conducting research projects. SGH is ranked Poland’s top research university in economic sciences, with the grade of excellency awarded by Ministry of Science and Higher Education. Partner coordinator: dr. Ewelina Szczech- Pietkiewicz
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