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We have welcomed more than 80 students from 34 different countries
20. February 2017 | Event
On Thursday, 16th February 2017, Faculty of Social Sciences organised the Welcome day for the new round of students who came to their study exchange in the spring semester 2016/17. More than 80 students from 34 different countries will do their exchange in the framework of the Erasmus+ programme.
Politics of the Schengen/Dublin System: The Case of the European Migrant and Refugee Crisis
14. February 2017 | Publications
Marko Lovec, research fellow at the Centre for International Relations contributed a chapter Politics of the Schengen/Dublin System: The Case of the European Migrant and Refugee Crisis to the volume Border politics: defining spaces of governance and forms of transgressions (Eds. C. Günay and N. Witjes), published by Springer in January.
A CIR Project Awarded the Title 'Success Story' by the European Commission
23. January 2017 | Achievements
The 'Enhanced EU content in primary school curricula – EU4PRIM' project implemented in 2014/2015 by Centre of International Relations (CIR) was selected as a 'success story' by a panel of experts at the Directorate-General Education, Youth, Sport and Culture of the European Commission.
Visiting lectures by Professor Geoffrey Edwards from the University of Cambridge
09. January 2017 | Event
The Chair of International Relations at the Faculty of Social Sciences hosted (between 6 and 8 December 2016) Professor Dr. Geoffrey Edwards from the Department of Politics and International Studies (POLIS) at the University of Cambridge. Professor Edwards held lectures within the course Global Governance at the Masters Programme on International Relations at the Faculty of Social Sciences.
Visiting lectures by prof. Gerd Oberleitner from the Graz University
04. January 2017 | Event
On 15 and 16 December 2015, the Chair of International Relations at the Faculty of Social Sciences hosted Professor Gerd Oberleitner from the Institute of International Law and International Relations at the University of Graz. He is a regular guest lecturer within the course titled Selected Issues in International Law, which is an obligatory course of the Postgraduate Programme of International Relations.