INTERNATIONAL SEMINARS, AND OTHER NETWORK EVENTS
SUMMER and WINTER STUDY VISIT (2019-2021)
2021 SUMMER SCHOOL at Europe
Due to the spread of the Covid-19, the Asian week of 2021 summer school was held online. However, the European week of 2021 was held at the K. U. Leuven. Two SNU students among the students who attended the Asian week was selected and supported by the EU Centre for their participation in the European Week Class (See the 2021 Summer Asian and European Week Class Program)
2020 SUMMER SCHOOL was entirely held online. No student visit to Europe.
2019 WINTER SCHOOL at Europe
European Winter School EU-Asia Bilateral and Multilateral Cooperation in Global Governance
Kolja Raube et al.
19 December 2019-
24 January 2020
As an expansion of the existing EURO-ASIA Summer Program conducted by SNU GSIS, students conducted overseas field surveys according to the topic of their choice during the winter vacation. It included Kolja Raube, Assistant Professor at KU Leuven, who delivered a lecture to students on “The European Parliament: What? How? Why Bother?” in 10 January 2020. This programme was a result of expansion of the activities of the EU Centre which were formerly restricted during the summer vacation. It provided the students with an opportunity to maintain, expand and contribute to future generations of scholarships through conducting networking, in-depth discussions and lectures with professors and local students in the UK, France and Germany, and to prepare research reports for the field.
Four students received funding: Lee Eojin, Lee Chan, Baek Gyeongmin, Kim Seoyoung. They developed their own research plan for their field research during their visit in Europe. This covered the regional governance, European parliament cabinet, economy and culture, as well as current foreign affairs of the EU.
INTERNATIONAL SEMINARS, CONFERENCES AND OTHER NETWORK EVENTS
2022 Spring EU Youth Forum
The 3rd EU Youth Forum
: Past, Present and Future of the Europe
Nagyeong Kang (Ph.D. student at Seoul National University GSIS)
Jieun Lee and Seokwhon Choi (Master student at Seoul National University GSIS)
June 30, 2022
SNU Jean Monnet EU Center hosted a session at the third EU Youth Forum. The EU Youth Forum is organized in Korean and students shared their thoughts and research paper on EU related fields. The forum is composed of six sessions and the SNU EU Centre hosted one session focusing on the EU’s foreign affairs. Three students from the SNU GSIS participated in this event and they discussed 1) Digital economy of the European Union (Jieun Lee), 2) Gender quota implementation and women’s representation in the EU (Nagyeong Kang), 3) International Relations with the Western Balkan States (Seokwon Choi).
2022 Spring Networking Event
European Parliament Delegation for Relations with the Korean Peninsula
Chief advisor Caroline Parsché, Stefania Gazzina, and Lucía Martínez Maroto
May 24, 2022
The EU Center(Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence) of GSIS held its first European Roundtable of the semester on the 24th of May, 2022. They have invited chief advisors for the chair of the European Parliament’s Delegation for Relations with the Korean Peninsula (DKOR) as special speakers in this roundtable. Chief advisor Caroline Parsché, Stefania Gazzina, and Lucía Martínez Maroto have given their insights, knowledge, and experiences in European Parliament, policy coordination, and advisory services regarding the European Union-Republic of Korea and European Union-DPRK relationship. Also, they have shared valuable lessons and ideas on the European Parliament traineeships opportunities and related information. Students including research assistants and other graduate students of the area studies and international cooperation major were able to learn deeply about the EP, EP DKOR, MEPs, and EU-inter Korean relationship.
2021 Fall CO-ORGANIZING A Conference
Korean Society of Contemporary European Studies Annual Conference
(한국 유럽학회 연례 학술대회 공동주최)
Woosik Moon, JeongHun Han etc
December, 1, 2021
SNU Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence cohosted a conference with the Korean Society of Contemporary European Studies Annual Conference. At this event, professor Moon Woosik moderated a session on EU integration theory and reality. In this session, Korean scholars discussed challenges in the EU integration from both theoretical and practical aspect including EU-MENA sustainable development cooperation and UfM perspective community. Professor Han JeongHun participated as a discussant in this session.
2019 Fall Korea-Europe Conference
The European Union and South Korea between Global Governance, Contestation and Domestic Markets
20 Korean and European participants including
Ki-Soo EUN &
Deok-Geun AHN from SNU GSIS
5 January –
8 January 2020
Along with the Erasmus application preparation meeting, the Centre organized a joint seminar with the Centre for Global Governance, University of Leuven. The seminar was held at Leuven, Belgium and had around 15 participants from Korea and Europe.