Politeja Special Issue “Europe and Asia ‒ Political, Cultural and Economic Relations in Focus”

The Special Issue of Politeja, which was prepared as a result of the EURASIA project, has now been published. The journal is edited at the Faculty of International and Political Studies of the Jagiellonian University in Kraków and published by Księgarnia Akademicka Ltd. The special issue “Europe and Asia ‒ Political, Cultural and Economic Relations […]

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Second International Conference “Current Issues in Contemporary Chinese and Oriental Studies”

The Second International Conference “Current Issues in Contemporary Chinese and Oriental Studies” dedicated to the 30th Anniversary of the Chinese Studies Program at Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski” was held online on November 19-20, 2021. The conference brought together scholars from Bulgaria, China, India, Korea, the UK, the USA, the Czech Republic, Poland, Romania, Malta, […]

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Deliverable 4.5 Evaluation report

The report on evaluating the usability and effectiveness of the EURASIA online courses in European Studies is based on applying a pre-study and a post-study questionnaire, focus group discussions and Q-methodology.A publication in a reputable journal dealing with online educational solutions is pending.

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Online symposium: Examining the doctorate 26-27 October 2021

The EURASIA partners who initiated joint research into the specifics of PhD education at the end of 2019 – Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski, the Jagiellonian University, Symbiosis International University – Law School, Pune and Guangdong University of Foreign Studies – took part in the 2-day international symposium ‘Examining the Doctorate’ organised by Durham University, UK.  […]

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Deliverable 6.12 Networking and promotion of EURASIA’s results among university governance at partner HEI and other HEI in the partner countries – internal project documents

The cooperation among the partner universities is institutionalized by signing bilateral agreements on promoting and implementing joint activities such as academic research, starting joint BA or MA programs, exchange of academic staff and students. Apart from accrediting the courses developed under EURASIA as compulsory, elective or cross-curricular courses, which are part of established study programmes, […]

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Deliverable 6.11 Elaboration of guidelines for accreditation of courses at partner countries HEI – internal project document

Accreditation is a complex concept and wide-ranging as a practice, without one single denotation. In fact, national adaptations and practices vary considerably. Exactly for this reason, the workshop proved to be a successful activity. Institutional accreditation effectively provides a licence to operate. It is usually based on an evaluation of whether the institution meets specified […]

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Deliverable 6.3 List of potential HEI in CH and IN that will teach the new courses and modules – internal project document

Based on the results of the project dissemination activities, experts’ monitoring and focus group discussions as well as the mass use of the online courses in European Studies a list of potential universities who would be interested in teaching the new courses and modules was compiled. It comprises HEIs in India, China and in other […]

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