Опыт участия в программе Европейского Союза "Jean Monnet"
Monnet": подготовка заявки, реализация проектов и составление отчетности"
К.э.н., доцент кафедры инновационного и проектного управления ОмГУ им. Ф.М.
Достоевского Фомина Юлия Андреевна, координатор проекта Jean Monnet Module
“Social Entrepreneurship: the European Union Experience and Practices” (2018-2021).
29 апреля 2019
ОмГУ им. Ф.М. Достоевского
2. WHAT ARE THE AIMS OF THE JEAN MONNET ACTIVITIES?The Jean Monnet Activities aim at promoting excellence
in teaching and research in the field of European Union
studies worldwide. These actions also aim at fostering
the dialogue between the academic world and the society,
including local and state level policy-makers, civil
servants, civil society actors, representatives of the
different levels of education and of the media. The
activities supported generate knowledge and insights that
can support EU policy-making and strengthen the role of
the EU in a globalised world.
3. JEAN MONNET ACTIVITIESAcademic Modules, Chairs, Centres of Excellence in order to deepen teaching in
European integration studies embodied in an official curriculum of a higher education
institution, as well as to conduct, monitor and supervise research on EU content, also
for other educational levels such as teacher training and compulsory education.
Policy debate with academic world, supported through: a) Networks to enhance
cooperation between different universities throughout Europe and around the world,
foster cooperation and create a high knowledge exchange platform with public actors
and the Commission services on highly relevant EU subjects; b) Projects for
innovation and cross-fertilisation and spread of EU content aimed to promote
discussion, reflection on EU issues and to enhance knowledge about the EU and its
Support to associations, to organise and carry out statutory activities of associations
dealing with EU studies and EU issues, and to publicize EU facts among a wider public
enhancing active European citizenship.
4. JEAN MONNET MODULESWho can apply? - A higher education institution (HEI) established in any
country of the world.
Duration of project - Three years.
Duration of activity - A Jean Monnet Module must be taught for a minimum of
40 hours per academic year (for three consecutive years) in the field of
European Union studies at the applicant higher education institution
When to apply? - 22 February at 12:00 (midday Brussels time)
The maximum grant that can be awarded is 30 000 EUR that can represent
the maximum of 75% of the total cost of the Jean Monnet Module.
5. AWARD CRITERIARelevance of the project
Quality of the project design and implementation
Quality of the project team
Impact and dissemination
6. JEAN MONNET PROJECTS (POLICY DEBATE WITH THE ACADEMIC WORLD)Jean Monnet Projects support innovation, cross-fertilisation and the spread of
European Union content.
"Innovation" projects will explore new angles and different methodologies in
view of making European Union subjects more attractive and adapted to
various kinds of target populations (e.g. projects on Learning EU @ School);
"Cross-fertilisation" projects will promote discussion and reflection on
European Union issues and enhance knowledge about the Union and its
processes. These projects will aim at boosting EU knowledge in specific
"Spread content" projects will mainly concern information and dissemination
7. WHAT ARE THE CRITERIA USED TO ASSESS A JEAN MONNET PROJECT?Who can apply? Higher education institutions or any organisations established
in any country of the world.
Duration of project - 12, 18 or 24 months.
When to apply? - 22 February at 12:00
Maximum grant awarded for a Jean Monnet Project: 60 000 EUR (representing
maximum of 75% of the total costs)
8. JEAN MONNET NETWORKS (POLICY DEBATE WITH THE ACADEMIC WORLD)Jean Monnet Networks foster the creation and development of consortia of
international players (HEIs, Research Centres, Associations, etc.) in the area
of European Union studies.
gathering information and promoting results of methodologies applied by
high-level research and teaching on EU topics;
enhancing cooperation between different higher education institutions and
other relevant bodies throughout Europe and around the world;
exchanging knowledge and expertise with a view to mutually enhancing good
fostering cooperation and creating a high knowledge exchange platform with
public actors and the European Commission services on highly relevant EU
9. WHAT ARE THE CRITERIA USED TO ASSESS A JEAN MONNET SUPPORT TO NETWORKS?Who can apply? A higher education institution (HEI) or any other organisation
established in any country of the world. An ECHE is not required for
participating HEIs in Partner Countries. The applicant must be the
coordinator of the network that comprises a minimum of three participating
organisations from three different countries
Duration of project - Three years.
When to apply? 22 February at 12:00
Maximum € 300 000 (Real costs)