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What for the Next European Century? | UACES Graduate Forum Conference 2019

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Our 2019 international European Studies conference for PhD and early-career scholars brought over 50 delegates to Manchester Metropolitan University to discuss Europe’s future.

Hopes, beliefs, and concerns: narratives in German and Portuguese universities regarding Brexit

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Tim Seidenschnur By studying higher education as an institutional field, we focus on an area where European integration has in general been regarded as positive. However, the current period is characterized by basic disagreements among the political parties and the electorates about the preferred nature of the future European order, which causes uncertainties and tensions. […]

How do we manage knowledge? Let us count the ways

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Sofya Kopelyan Nothing can keep a genuine community of scholars from academic discussions – neither a malfunctioning projector, nor a shortage of sockets, nor hard chairs from the Communist times. Even more so when discussions centre on the governance of knowledge as the key to economic growth and public well-being. This year’s Knowledge Politics and […]

Unbundling of higher education provision

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Simona Torotcoi In the beginning of May 2019, Mariya Ivancheva – a Lecturer in Higher Education Studies at the University of Liverpool – was invited at Central European University   to give a talk on unbundling: a topic, which gained greater traction in higher education provision, research and policy. Previous to working on this subject Mariya […]

The Bologna Process at Twenty: Global Ambitions and EU Foreign Policy

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Hannah Moscovitz and Hila Zahavi June 19 will mark the twenty-year anniversary of the Bologna Declaration spearheading the Bologna Process and establishment of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA). For the last two decades, the Bologna Process has shaped higher education reforms in Europe and beyond by providing a framework for coordination among national systems. […]

Make a Real Impact with Your Research

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Kamila Feddek summarises her key takeaway messages from the UACES Doctoral Training Academy 2018  to help researchers in European Studies engage with audiences outside academia and make their research impactful.  Researchers have a wealth of academic knowledge, evidence and expertise that can help inform, design, improve and test policies, and ultimately make a positive impact on people’s […]

JCMS Editors’ Tribute to Professor John Peterson

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We at JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies are deeply saddened by the news of the untimely death of Professor John Peterson, a former editor of the Journal. John was a dedicated scholar, supervisor, mentor and friend to many in the academic community in the UK, across the Atlantic and beyond. John had a significant […]

Bringing scholars, policymakers and practitioners together: a conference on shaping sustainable futures of internationalization in higher education

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Nadiia Kachynska and Clara Kim As a truly global phenomenon, the internationalization of higher education relates to highly debatable topics among researchers, policymakers and practitioners. Since early studies on internationalization in 1990s, it has developed as a major theme within the interdisciplinary field of higher education research, and more recently critical studies and counter-visions of […]

How to Use Simulations to Boost Interest in Studying the EU

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JCER recently published an article in the Teaching, Learning and the Profession section entitled: The Effectiveness of Simulations as an Outreach Tool: Using Simulations to Boost Interest in EU-related Higher Education Study. Authors Karen Heard-Lauréote, Vladimir Bortun and Milan Kreuschitz explain how simulations can prove effective when used as university outreach tools to enhance secondary […]

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