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Jean Monnet first year implementation results

On May 19th NVSU hosted a meeting of Jean Monnet Module coordinators. The Modules were approved for funding by the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency of the European Commission in the 2nd call for applications within “Jean Monnet Action” in 2016. The main aim of the meeting was to review the results of the first year implementation of Jean Monnet Modules in NVSU.



The meeting was arranged by the  International Office members and was attended by the Jean Monnet module coordinators: Inna Volkova, Head of the Department for Commerce and Management and Oksana Kozlova, professor of the Department (Jean Monnet Module “Standardization in Product Quality Management: EU Experience and Cooperation Prospects”); Denis Pogonyshev, Vice-rector for Licensing and Accreditation and Irina Pogonysheva, Assistant Professor of the Department for Ecology (Jean Monnet Module “Interaction of environment and human health: Experience of the EU”); Lala Yakubova,  Head of the Department for Document Science and General history (Jean Monnet Module “The European Union Social Policy”).


During the meeting coordinators shared their experience of modules implementation and presented the results of their work. The following questions were discussed thoroughly: module management and administration, budget planning, dissemination of the results, interim report, financial reporting, and plans for the next year. Nadezhda Nemchinova, head of International office, delivered a presentation “Dissemination of results and methods of raising awareness about Jean Monnet modules“. Among other important issues discussed during the meeting were issues of transparency. It was noted that mass media coverage on various levels and platforms plays a big role in ensuring transparency and accessibility of the Module results to a wider audience. One of the main results of the meeting was approval of the work plans for the next year. Coordinators were able to include in their work plans many of the new practices and ideas presented by their colleagues.