Jean Monnet is the part of Erasmus+ dedicated to promoting excellence in EU studies in higher education around the world.
Jean Monnet Actions aim to build bridges between academics, researchers and EU policymakers.
There is an emphasis on the study of and research on EU integration and in understanding Europe's place in a globalised world.
Jean Monnet Actions are organised and applied for via higher education institutions but, if you are an individual working in higher education, you may be interested in finding out what the different opportunities could mean for you.
2019 marks the thirtieth anniversary of Jean Monnet Actions. Find out more about the events and initiatives related to the 30th anniversary of the Jean Monnet Actions.
Jean Monnet Modules are short teaching programmes or courses on EU studies. They can be introductory modules on the EU, courses that concentrate on a specific aspect or discipline within EU studies, or be more multi-disciplinary in approach.
Jean Monnet Chairs are teaching posts with a specialisation in European Union studies for university professors or senior lecturers. These are posts lasting 3 years.