Feel free to join MOOC (free online course) ‘European Neighbourhood Policy and Cross-border Cooperation’ that seeks to unpack interesting facts, theoretical and practical issues and some of the current challenges the EU’s neighbourhood is experiencing, by and large, and post-Soviet Eastern Europe, in particular. We will be embarking on a study journey that departs from a theoretical account of the political, economic and security developments unfolding in the neighbourhood in the past couple of years and reaches practical recommendations on how the EU could strengthen ties with the neighbouring countries.
This course addresses all students interested to enhance their knowledge in issues ranging from the EU’s actorness, the ENP and the EaP to cross-border cooperation.
This MOOC aims at equipping students, young professionals, civil society representatives, public servants, etc. with basic knowledge and practical experience in the (geo)political, economic and social processes occurring in European Union (EU)’s eastern neighbourhood.
The course it structured in five units consist of:
- Chapter summaries and key readings prepared by international experts from the EU-related institutions, academia and civil society;
- Video lectures and power point presentations prepared by the experts;
- Quiz questions to help the course participants to reflect on the knowledge received through the lectures and provide assessment.
Course Procedure: After studying each unit (course and bibliography, videos), complete the quiz. In order to pass the quiz, it is necessary to score at least 75%. You can answer the quiz maximum 5 times.
Certificate: For actively participating in the course you will receive an automatic certificate which includes your username, the course name as well as the completed lessons.
More details: https://imoox.at/course/ENPCBC
The course can be followed during 2021-2022 academic year.
The course has been developed within the ENACTED project, at the Center for European Studies, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi