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BalticStudyNet

Network for Promoting and Developing Higher Education
in the Baltic Sea Region

AN ERASMUS MUNDUS PROJECT OF
HUMBOLDT UNIVERSITY BERLIN, UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN,
UNIVERSITY OF TURKU

Humboldt University Berlin
Humboldt University Berlin
Baltic Sea School
University of Copenhagen
University of Copenhagen
Centre for Baltic Studies

University of Turku

University of Turku
Baltic Sea Region Studies

BalticStudyNet is a networking programme for the promotion of higher education in the Baltic Sea Region and beyond. It aims at mapping higher education institutions and existing study programmes, developing innovative curricula, and designing new tools for academic training according to existing needs.

BalticStudyNet has its focus on study and research programmes dealing with political, economic and cultural aspects of the Baltic Sea Region.

BalticStudyNet is dedicated to collect information on Baltic Sea Region Studies and related study programmes as well as make this information available to the public, e.g. through this website.

BalticStudyNet organises international conferences, workshops, and summer schools in support of higher education institutions and to the benefit of scholars and students, not only from countries of the Baltic Sea Region and the European Union but worldwide.

BalticStudyNet is a joint programme of the Baltic Sea School at Humboldt University Berlin (Germany), the Department of Poltical Science at University of Copenhagen (Denmark), and the Baltic Sea Region Studies programme at University of Turku (Finland). These partner institutions are represented by prof. Bernd Henningsen (Berlin), prof. Uffe Jakobsen (Copenhagen), and prof. Pekka Leimu (Turku).

BalticStudyNet is a two years’ programme funded by the Erasmus Mundus programme (Action 4) of the European Union and scheduled to run until December 2006.