The certificate in European Union Studies is operated under the supervision of the European Council of the University System of Georgia. The program is open to all institutions and students of the University System as well as to professionals with an undergraduate degree.
The Jean Monnet in the U.S.A. Series, #JMintheUS is an initiative of several EU-funded Universities across the United States. The world has shifted to virtual events, making new kinds of collaborations possible. Co-sponsors of the #JMintheUS initiative can better share programming related to the European Union and European Union studies, increasing access to more communities throughout the country.
Click on the above image for the events, all of which are open to all audiences. Virtual attendance may be limited, so early registration is recommended. For more information about the events and details about how to register, follow the link to see information on the primary organizer’s website. The European Studies Center at the University of Pittsburgh is proud to host this page for information purposes, but is not responsible for the events being organized by partner institutions.
Why should you enroll?
Demonstrate professional expertise to potential employers and graduate schools. Indeed, students have been offered jobs simply because they had an EU Studies certificate.
After all, the EU is the largest international investor in Georgia, accounting for 61% of all foreign investment in the state. The EU is the area to study if you are interested in a job in international relations, business, or education.
Participate in an award-winning program. The EU Studies certificate received the Chancellor’s Award for Collaborative Excellence (1999) and the ACE/AT&T Award for Using Technology to Internationalize the Curriculum (2003).
“The EU Studies certificate is an excellent opportunity for an international experience in an exciting field of study and it looks good on a resume too.”
North Georgia College and State University
“The EU Studies Certificate of the University System of Georgia is a model on how to deliver a curriculum within a collaborative framework.”
His Excellency Hugo Paemen,
Former EU Ambassador to the US
Credit: This photo, illustrating the artist Bono’s visit and welcome to the European Parliament, is copyright free under Creative Commons license and is credited to the European Union 2018 – European Parliament