Johan Skytte Institute of Political Studies (University of Tartu) is launching its free, English-based MOOC course ” Common Challenges of Competing Regionalisms ” (2 ECTS), which will begin from 26th of April till 6th of June.
What will I learn during the course?
You will learn about the dimensions of comparative regionalism in the European and Eurasian context in the light of emergence, transformation, and consolidation of integration processes in the EU and in the former Soviet and Socialist space; what regionalism is, how it can be defined conceptually and theoretically and many more! A key part of the course will imply a comparative assessment of the institutional settings of the EU and EaEU.
Who is this course for?
The course is open to everyone interested in comparative regionalism and integration processes in Europe and Eurasia, especially master degree and bachelor students in European and Russian studies, international relations and political science.
Why should I take this course?
By enrolling to the course, you will have access to video lectures from academicians and practitioners, specialising in the integration processes and comparative regionalism
between the EU and EEU. There will also be guest interviews from academic representatives from the region aimed at providing specific perspectives on different case studies in competing regional integration projects. The participants will also be able to benefit from a wide variety of readings, course supporting and interactive materials as well as a vibrant and international online community of peers with whom you can learn together and interact throughout the course. Upon successful completion of the MOOC, the participants will also receive a free digital certificate from the University of Tartu.
Register here: (by April 22nd, 2021)
Should you need additional information, please contact Anna Beitane.
The course is developed within the framework of the Jean Monnet Module ‘Neighbourhood, Enlargement, and Regionalism in Europe’ (NearEU) with the support of the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.