Jean Monnet

The Erasmus + Jean Monnet program, named after one of the creators of the European integration project, Jean Monnet, aims to expand knowledge of European integration processes through teaching, research and debate on topics related to the history, politics, economics and legislation of the European Union, as well as EU relations with other regions of the world. The main objective of the program is to bring the European dimension to higher education systems.


Jean Monnet Module “Security Issues of European Integration” (600161-EPP-1-2018-1-RU-EPPJMO-MODULE) reveals the features of the formation of a European security system in the context of the development of an integration project. The methodological basis for the study of the material and its structuring are individual developments of the Copenhagen School of Security. Students get acquainted with the theory of integration, security theory, the history of the formation of the European security system in the second half of the twentieth century, European and national security agendas in the 1990-2000s. Such accents make it possible to reveal the problems and contradictions of the integration process, the peculiarities of the foreign and domestic policies of the European Union member states, and assess the EU’s contribution to international security.

Eldar Khairullin

Project Coordinator Jean Monnet Module, Candidate of Historical Sciences, Associate Professor, Department of History and Theory of International Relations Omsk State University F.M. Dostoevsky

More detailed information about the Erasmus + Jean Monnet projects implemented by OmSU F.M.Dostoevsky: 

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