• MASTER CLASS on EU Foreign Policy & Democracy Support



updated on 08/02/2023

Specialized Classes on EU politics and Democratization

  • “Democracy and market promotion in the CEEC in the 1990s and early 2000s” – Marko Hočevar (University of Ljubljana)

  • “The EU and the Global South: Aid from a Geopolitical Perspective” Teresa Almeida Cravo (University of Coimbra)

  • “EU democracy promotion: stuck in a limbo beween geopolitcs and normative considerations” – Jure Požgan (University of Ljubljana)

  • “EU institutions & actors in democracy support” – Carolin Johnson (EPD)

  • “Evolution of EU democracy support since 2011” – Ken Godfrey (EPD)

  • “How to research the European Union as a global actor” – Ana Bojinović Fenko (University of Ljubljana)

  • “Ideology of EU democracy support” – Nathan Vandeputte (UGent)

  • “Mobility Partnerships as (in)effective vectors of EU democracy promotion in the MENA area: high expectations, low performance” – Stefania Panebianco (University of Catania)

(to be updated)

Round Table Talks

  • “Democracy support in a context rising authoritarianism” – mediated by: Nathan Vandeputte (UGent)(to be updated soon)
  •  (to be updated)
Additional Classes on Academic & Practical Skills
  • “Academic Writing: Finding sources, honing skills” – Stefania Panebianco (University of Catania)
  • “How to prepare a good research plan for the Master’s Thesis” – Ana Bojinović Fenko (University of Ljubljana)
  • The Do’s and Don’ts when applying for funding in Academia – Jeroen Van den Bosch (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań)
  • (to be updated)

Guest Lectures

  • (to be updated still)

Student Presentations

Every selected student (senior BA or higher) is expected to present his/her research topic to a committee of experts (with matching expertise) in order to get constructive feedback.
Categories: to be established after student selection 

Cultural trips

– to be announced