The Visegrad University Studies Grant (VUSG) is a grant pro­gram designed for uni­ver­si­ties with the aim to pro­mote and sup­port the devel­op­ment and launch­ing of out­stand­ing uni­ver­sity courses or degree pro­grams that deal with spe­cific phe­nom­ena explic­itly related to the Visegrad Group (V4) coun­tries (Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia). The grant is intended as a lump-sum, multiple-instalment grant awarded to uni­ver­sity depart­ments, schools or fac­ul­ties, which can present the course’s/program’s thor­ough syllabus/curriculum and con­firm its planned long-term enrolment.

For more please visit http://visegradfund.org/grants/vusg/

Visegrad Project Fiche

‘EU Policies – Lessons Learned from the Visegrad Countries’
The aim of the project is to transfer know-how, experiences and challenges regarding EU integration from the Visegrad Countries to candidate countries such as Albania through the development of common courses.
Syllabus – EU Policies – Visegrad Countries 

Syllabus-EU  Policies-Visegrad Countries

Academic Year 2015 - 2016

  • Prof. Dr habil. Janusz Ruszkowski (Jean Monnet Chair) - University of Szczecin, Poland

The Visegrad Countries in the Multi-level Governance of the European Union.
Theory and Practice.

The Process of Europeanization of Visegrad Countries. The case of Poland

  • Professor of Political Science Andras Bozoki- Central European University, Hungary

Backsliding of democracy? Regime types and illiberal democracy in East Central Europe. Enlargement and democratization: The EU and East Central Europe in the last 20 years

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Academic Year 2014 - 2015

Teaching Materials:
Prof. Dr habil. Janusz Ruszkowski (Jean Monnet Chair) - University of Szczecin, Poland

The Visegrad Countries in The Multi-level Governance of the European Union.
Theory and Practice.

The Process of Europeanization of Visegrad Countries. The case of Poland

Prof. Peter Balazs Jean Monnet Ad Personum – CEU, Hungary

Experiences of the V4 and Hungary in the process of EU Enlargement with a special regard to the Western Balkans (The Impact of Enlargements on Institutions; Conflicting Role Perceptions; EU legitimacy revisited)

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V4’s and Hungary's perspective in the future of the EU governance (State Building Strategies and EU Membership_13 (1); State Building Strategies and EU Membership_13; Enlargement conditionality; The European Policy Process)

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