Special features of the programme
(Image: The European Commission's headquarters at the Berlaymont Building, Brussels)
The European Economic Law programme covers all aspects of European market law and is overseen by lecturers who embrace a very personal approach towards mentoring the students. The Director of the programme, Professor Ramses Wessel, specialises in European law, with a focus on the interface between EU law and international and domestic law, EU External Relations Law, and the Law of International Organizations. You can read more about his expertise here.
Jean Monnet Chairs and Centre of Excellence
The Jean Monnet Project is an initiative by the European Commission to provide funding to assist in the development of specialized teaching, at a university level, in European Union affairs. Assistance is provided by the creation and maintenance of professorial chairs, permanent and short courses, and by designation of Centres of Excellence.
The Faculty of Law of the University of Groningen hosts one of the Jean Monnet Centres of Excellence, designated as such by the European Commission in 1999. This has provided a framework for enhancing and stimulating cooperation, teaching, and research in the field of European Studies broadly defined and embracing in particular the disciplines of law, economics, history and political science.
From time to time the Centre of Excellence organizes lectures by distinguished figures in the field of European affairs and also organizes conferences on various European issues.
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