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Jean Monnet Module - Summer School at University North

Jean Monnet Summer School was held from 27 to 29 June 2019 within the Jean Monnet Project at University North, University Center of Varazdin. This ‘crash course’ offers a legal perspective on key EU topics in a manner accessible to non-lawyers. It is intended for students and young professionals of disciplines other than law who wish to broaden their knowledge of law, institutions and the internal market of the European Union. A particular emphasis is placed on the role of law in the process of EU integration, with focus on regional integration in South Eastern Europe. While touching upon key processes, the course provides insights into specific topics through the discussion of selected case studies.

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Signed new Agreement of Cooperation with Odessa State Environmental University

In the period from August 19 to August 22, 2019, representatives of University North headed by rector, prof. Marin Milković, Ph.D. visited Odessa State Environmental University in Ukraine in to establish cooperation (http://odeku.edu.ua/language/en/home/), as well as to co-organize and participate in the international conference "INTELLECTUAL SYSTEMS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES, ICIT 2019" (http://isit.odeku.edu.ua/index_en.php). 

Jean Monnet Summer School: EU Law and Internal Market for Non-Lawyers

University North, University Centre Varaždin, 27-29 June 2019
This ‘crash course’ offers a legal perspective on key EU topics in a manner accessible to non-lawyers. It is intended for students and young professionals of disciplines other than law who wish to broaden their knowledge of law, institutions and the internal market of the European Union. A particular emphasis is placed on the role of law in the process of EU integration, with focus on regional integration in South Eastern Europe. While touching upon key processes, the course provides insights into specific topics through the discussion of selected case studies.

Course lecturers:
Prof. Nicolas de Sadeleer, Université Saint-Louis, Brussels
Ms Ivana Damjanovic, Centre for European Studies, Australian National University

Program is attached.

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Student experience on CEEPUS mobility

I am a master study student of  Business Economics - direction "International trade” at the University  North in Varaždin. The University  North is located in Croatia. Through Ceepus, I applied for mobility for one semester because I wanted to study in international environment, improve my language skills to have new experience that I believe will help me further in life, both career wise and as a person. My mobility lasted from 15.02. – 15.6. 2019.  at the University  FH Burgenland, University of applied sciences in Austria. During the first week the FH Burgenland have introduced us to each other with different activities they had organized and it was great experience. We were introduced to Austrian culture with events as in wine and meal tasting, guided tour in Eisenstadt and everything was very well prepared in general. Later we had organized trips to Wien and Salzburg. The lectures were very interesting to me and I gained a lot of new knowledge that I will use in future. The FH Burgeland was very professional and everything was organized. One of the classes “Seminar on recent economic topics” was particularly interesting because we had to prepare for Europa Days  that was on 10. and 11. May and the work will be published this autumn. I also had opportunity to greet my professors that were visiting Eisenstadt from University North, prof. dr. sc. Anica Hunjet and prof. dr. sc. Ante Rončević.

I would like to thank you for given opportunity and thanks to prof. dr. sc. Anica Hunjet and . dr. sc. Ante Rončević from Varaždin, who encouraged me to apply and supported me during my stay. Also to everyone at FH Burgenland with whom I interacted during my stay.I only have positive experiences and I learned a lot.

Matija Konjić

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University of Applied Sciences Burgenland celebrates first joint doctorates

Highest academic degree awarded to the first four graduates of the Joint International Cooperative PhD Program in International Economic Relations and Management

Eisenstadt, 14 May 2019 – The UAS Burgenland cooperates with six international partner universities within the framework of two unique doctoral programmes. "About five years ago, we were pioneers in the organisation of cooperative, cross-border and international doctoral programmes," explains programme director Irena Zavrl. On 11 May, the first four alumni graduated in the festive atmosphere of Schloss Esterházy in Eisenstadt, Austria. Among the most prominent guests were the rectors and vice-rectors of the partner universities:  University of Bratislava (Slovak Republic), University of Pula (Croatia), University of Sopron (Hungary), University North(Croatia), University of Mostar (Bosnia and Herzegovina) and University of Life Sciences Prague (Czech Republic). The academic oath was given by the rector of the University of Sopron, Prof. Dr. Sc. András Náhlik. The UAS Burgenland also awarded two honorary professorships during the event.

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CEEPUS Freemover mobility in Austria

In late April and early May, Assoc. Prof. Petar Kurečić performed a research stay at the Department and Institute of Political Science, part of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities of the University Innsbruck, Austria. Prof. Kurečić was invited by Assoc. Prof. Martin Senn, Head of the Department. During the visit, discussions on future ERASMUS+ cooperation and a possible application for the CEEPUS network were conducted. Initial preparations for future applications to the Jean Monnet and Horizon 2020 projects, where partners would be both institutions, were also held. Given the previously established contacts with the Liechtenstein Institute, Prof. Kurečić also visited the Liechtenstein Institute and held talks on future co-operation on project applications. This research stay was fully funded by means of the CEEPUS Freemover Scholarship.

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Erasmus + mobility of professor Damira Keček, phD

In the period from 1 to 5 April 2019, as part of Erasmus + Outgoing Mobility of Teaching Staff,  Damira Keček, phD attended the Faculty of Economics and Management, Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, Czech Republic. In addition to lectures at the Faculty of Economics and Management, during her stay at the Czech University of Life Sciences, Damira Keček,phD participated in the visit of other faculties and established new contacts for further scientific research and mobility. This Erasmus + Mobility is a continuance of many years of successful cooperation between the University North and the Czech University of Life Sciences Prague.

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