The project aims at setting up an effective learning pathway to foster the preparation of genuinely European operators, capable of working collaboratively in multifaceted work environments thanks to their multidisciplinary skills. Benefitting from the EU consolidated experience in (i) addressing diversity in economic, cultural, personal traditions and perspectives, and (ii) building unified flexible approaches to handle situations, the teaching activities will provide students with the necessary competences to tackle future European and international challenges linked to continuous developments in technologies, international security and safety, international trade and financial crisis in a sound and effective European perspective.
Therefore, students will have the opportunity to gain multidisciplinary skills in the area of international relations, information technology, business administration, conflict management, harmoniously integrated with legal competences, choosing a personalised learning path according to their inclinations and career perspectives. Moreover, the students’ learning process will be supported with innovative and flexible educational tools aimed at facilitating critical thinking, practical application, multilingualism, team working, and smart working. Students from all 4EU+ member institutions will have the opportunity to join the planned educational activities on an equal basis, developing their aptitude for cross-border cooperation and, ultimately, a common European mindset.
Prof. Dr. Francesca C. Villata, University of Milan, Department of International, Legal, Historical and Political Studies (Coordinator)
Prof. Dr. Thomas Pfeiffer, Heidelberg University, Institute for Foreign and Private International Law
Prof. Dr. Marc-Philippe Weller, Heidelberg University, Institute for Foreign and Private International Law
Prof. Dr. Monika Pauknerová, Charles University, Department of Private Law
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Magdalena Pfeiffer, Charles University, Department of Private Law
Prof. Dr. Stefania Bariatti, University of Milan, Department of Italian and Supranational Public Law
Prof. Dr. Giovanna Adinolfi, University of Milan, Department of International, Legal, Historical and Political Studies
Dr Jana Planavova-Latanowicz, University of Warsaw, Centre for Europe
Please feel free to contact the Project Coordinator with any questions:
Prof. Dr. Francesca C. Villata, University of Milan, Department of International, Legal, Historical and Political Studies: