The Jean Monnet Module: the Blue Economy and Sustainability - the EU and the Mediterranean

Seas and oceans are gaining considerably more prominence in global and regional policies, both for their environmental function and as sites of socio-economic development. In view of the proclamation of the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development (2021-2030), and the significance of the blue economy for the Euro-Mediterranean region, EMUNI university will hold a summer school on the blue economy to coordinate academic involvement in ocean sustainability as well as contribute to the regional capacity-building effort.

The EMUNI Summer School on the blue economy will run over the course of 3 consecutive summers (2021-2023), and involve approximately 25-30 participants (graduates with master’s degree and PhD students) each year. By combining distance learning, supervised research work, face-to-face interactive teaching and field trips, the summer school will take an interdisciplinary, cross-sectoral and proactive approach, where all participants are expected to produce a publication based on applicative research or an entrepreneurial idea. 

The next edition of the Blue Economy Summer School is scheduled for June 2021 (online learning to start on 1 June, the face-to-face period 14-18 June, with student engagement ending on 30 June).

The Jean Monnet Module was awarded to the Euro-Mediterranean University (EMUNI) for the period 2020-2023.

Coordinator’s Contact:

Euro-Mediterranean University (EMUNI)

Tel: +386 59 25 00 50 | Fax: +386 59 25 00 54

E-mail: info@emuni.si

Funding Agency:

Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union

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