Teachers from the Economics and International Economic Relations Department of Mariupol State University will take part in projects of the Erasmus+ Jean Monnet programme “Rebuilding the Potential of EU Studies in the Conflict–affected Areas of Ukraine: Addressing Challenges and Creating Solutions”.
MSU scientists are going to implement the project "Economic Dimensions of Security Environment: European Experience for Ukraine". It provides for the development and implementation of a new course for students at the MSU.
The project performers include Professors Olena Bulatova and Yurii Chentukov, Associate Professors Natalia Balabanova, Olha Bezzubchenko, Olha Zakharova, Tetiana Marena and Tamara Nikolenko.
The main objectives of the project are to develop young people's understanding of the concept of economic security, its levels, objects, constituent factors, measurement tools, as well as to research best practices of European countries and develop cooperation and experience exchange between the EU and Ukraine.
It is important to note that the work on the new course is in line with the general development strategy of the university and clearly correlates with its mission - the practical implementation of Ukraine's European integration aspirations by strengthening the scientific, educational and innovative potential.
This is the second initiative in a row that MSU educators will implement as part of the Erasmus+ Jean Monnet programme. The research will also be conducted by professors from the International Relations and Foreign Policy Department.