EU-FUNDED JOINT MASTER PROGRAMMES AT ISU
For several years, the EU has fully funded joint programmes by different universities throughout the world within the Erasmus+ programme. The project comprises 186 universities and more than 600 organizations from 84 countries.
In 2017, following the decision of the Commission, 38 new programmes were added to the list of Erasmus Mundus joint master programmes, out of which three joint master programmes were implemented in cooperation with the universities of Georgia and two of them in cooperation with ISU.
Master Programme in Central and East European, Russian and Eurasian Studies (CEERES)
Within the framework of Master Programme in Central and East European, Russian and Eurasian Studies (CEERES), ISU has been conferred the status of full partner. This implies that the programme graduates together with diplomas from the European universities will get academic degrees from ISU.
It is also noteworthy that ISU is the first higher education institution which in 2017 within Erasmus+ programme obtained the status of full partner and the right to confer degrees.
Apart from ISU, the consortium comprises The University of Glasgow (Great Britain), The University of Tartu (Estonia), Corvinus University (Hungary), the Jagiellonian University (Poland), Kyiv-Mohyla Academy (Ukraine), Lobachevsky State University of Nizhni Novgorod (Russia), and KIMEP University (Kazakhstan).
European Politics and Society: Vaclav Havel Joint Master Programme
Within Vaclav Havel Joint Master Programme, ISU has been conferred the status of the associated partner. The programme coordinator is Charles University (Czech Republic), with full partners being: Leiden University (Holland), the Jagiellonian University (Poland), and Pompeu Fabra University (Spain).