International cooperation

Cooperation with foreign scientific institutions

The Faculty of International Relations actively cooperates with foreign partner universities:

  • University of Warsaw (Poland),
  • Jagiellonian University (Poland),
  • University of Wroclaw (Poland),
  • Charles University (Czech Republic),
  • Queen Mary University of London (UK),
  • University of Ottawa (Canada),
  • University of Florida (USA),
  • Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University (Georgia),
  • Vilnius University (Lithuania),
  • University of Education Freiburg (Germany),
  • University of Latvia,
  • Goethe University (Frankfurt, Germany),
  • and many others.

Scientific internships

Information on current and future opportunities for international academic mobility for students and teachers:

http://international.lnu.edu.ua/european-programmes-and-projects/erasmus/key-action-1/

Erasmus+ coordinator – Yuriy Fedun (ybfedun@yahoo.com; +38 (032) 239-42-88)

International projects and grants

Students and staff of the Faculty participate in international programmes and projects:

  • TEMPUS-TACIS “Teaching European Law at the Universities of Ukraine”
  • Higher Education: Leadership for Progress
  • Commercial Diplomacy
  • Partnership of Lviv and Oregon (the USA) Universities
  • Ecology of the Baltic Sea
  • Peoples of the Baltic
  • “Sustainable Baltic Region” within the project “Baltic University”, which lets our students and staff to take part in different scientific conferences both in Ukraine and abroad
  • 530360-TEMPUS-1-2012-1-GE-TEMPUS-JPCR DEVELOPMENT AND INTRODUCTION OF MULTILINGUAL TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAMS AT UNIVERSITIES OF GEORGIA AND UKRAINE
  • 530391-TEMPUS-1-2012-1-SI-TEMPUS-JPCR EUROPEAN NEIGHBOURHOOD POLICY LAW AND GOOD GOVERNANCE (EUNEG)
  • Erasmus Mundus
  • Erasmus+ КА1 and КА2
  • Jean Monet Projects
  • Rethinking Regional Studies: The Baltic-Black Sea Connection (586281-EPP-1-2017-1-EE-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP)
  • Master Program of International and European Law
  • Summer an Winter Scholls of International Law
  • AFP (Academic Fellowship Program) grant
  • Region, Nation and Beyond. An Interdisciplinary and Transcultural Reconceptualization of Ukraine.
  • and many other projects

Besides the regular staff, well-known professors and researchers from the USA, Canada, Germany, Austria, Poland, Sweden, Great Britain, Switzerland, the Netherlands and other countries worked at the Faculty.