Jean Monnet Chair opens selection process for free course approved by the EU

The course has no requirements and is open to students from FGV’s Schools, as well as to undergraduate and graduate students from other institutions. This edition will focus on Institutional Law of the European Union and Mercosur, as well as other regional and sub-regional integration systems from a comparative perspective.
Law
08 January 2019
Jean Monnet Chair opens selection process for free course approved by the EU

Supported by the European Commission, FGV’s Rio de Janeiro Law School (Direito Rio) will host the sixth edition of the Jean Monnet Chair Compared Regionalism course. The program promotes teaching, research and reflection on issues related to European integration in higher education institutions, both inside the European Union and abroad.

The course has no requirements and is open to students from FGV’s Schools, as well as to undergraduate and graduate students from other institutions. This edition will focus on Institutional Law of the European Union and Mercosur, as well as other regional and sub-regional integration systems from a comparative perspective.

The course is free and the selection process takes into account the profile of the candidates and their suitability for the course’s proposal. Classes will be held at FGV’s Main Office (Praia de Botafogo, 190. Botafogo, Rio de Janeiro/RJ) on Wednesdays, from 3:50 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., from February 13 to June 26, totaling 30 hours of classroom time.

Those interested in participating in the Jean Monnet Chair must register by January 16 (or until registration is available) on the website.