1. All the lectures are in English. Both domestic and foreign European specialists who have expertise and experience in the field of European Politics, Economics and Law are invited as lecturers.


2. To be aware of  contemporary situations in Europe, not only professors who are currently teaching in European institutions, but also specialists from various fields are invited.


3. In principle, students in the European Area studies field are required to study and take training at relevant departments in European institutions. SNU EU Centre select students for this requirement and provide scholarships.




<1st YEAR> 2022 Fall (2022 September – 2023 February)
Comparative Regional Studies: Europe and Asia

Woosik Moon

September 1- December 30, 2022

This course is intended to examine and compare the integration process both in Europe and in Asia, and thereby to draw some possible lessons for Asia in light of the European experience which culminated in the establishment of the economic and monetary union. In particular, this course tries to analyse the integration history, process, achievements, potentials and huddles in both regions from multi-disciplinary viewpoints.

Major Issues and Case Studies in International Finance: Comparison between Asia Crises, Global Crises and European Crises

Yeongseop Rhee

September 1- December 30, 2022

This course is basically composed of two parts, lectures and presentations. Part one includes three sessions. The first session will explain various theories of international financial crises. The second will address the Asian crisis, with elaboration on the causes, effects, and policy responses. The third will address the global financial crisis and the Eurozone crisis, with comparison to the Asian crisis.

The impact is that students can better understand current issues highlighted in the world economy and deepen their understanding of various financial crises through case studies of major international financial events.

European Integration

JeongHun Han

September 1- December 30, 2022

This course aims to improve our understanding of European integration, particularly focusing on the policy making in EU. This course thus consists of three broad topics. First, it investigates the historical development of diverse decision making procedures at EU. Second, focusing on ordinary legislative procedure, we investigate the role of EU institutions in the process of decision-making. Third, focusing on specific public policies including CBAM and EU Taxonomy regulations, we try to understand how EU works from the empirical perspective. After taking this course, students are expected to improve their understanding of actual policy making procedures in EU.