Projects and Partnerships
Compostela Group of Universities (CGU)
In 2012 the Pan-European University has become a member of the Compostela Group of Universities, following a successful application procedure and the confirmed accession at the 18. General Assembly of CGU in Oulu, Finland.
The CGU is a non-profit international association aiming to foster cooperation and promote dialogue in all fields related to higher education. An initiative of the University of Santiago de Compostela, the CGU currently comprises more than 70 member universities worldwide, who have joined together in the belief that international cooperation, intercultural dialogue and promotion of joint values in the world of higher education can overcome any diversity.
The CGU is not only a platform to enhance bilateral university cooperation but through its efficient institutionalized structures it provides a number of projects in which the member universities can participate. Besides its main programs as the annual Compostela Video Contest and the STELLA Program of administrative mobilities, to which the Pan-European University actively participates, the CGU organizes a whole range of specialized workshops and seminars, the outcomes of which are being presented through a series of publications.
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Euro-Mediterranean University Cooperation (EMUNI Network)
Pan-European University is a full member of the Euro-Mediterranean partnership, coordinated by the EMUNI University in Piran, Slovenia. EMUNI is a platform in international university cooperation between universities from Europe and the region of Southern and Eastern Mediterranean. As such it aims at needs of the partner universities to establish partnerships in the EU neighbourhood region and to jointly conduct educational, scientific and inter-personal academic cooperation activities. Currently, the EMUNI network comprises more than 120 universities, being members to it General Assembly.
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University Cooperation Network ELPIS
The Pan-European University has become member of the ELPIS Network in 2007. ELPIS (European Legal Practice of Integrated Studies) is a cooperation platform of universities in the field of legal sciences. In 2008 the Pan-European University has hosted the 37. annual meeting of the network in its premises. The goal of the network is to coordinate and to facilitate cooperation initiatives among its members and to serve as a platform for a further development of bilateral relations between its participating member universities.
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Which employers hire Pan-European’s graduates?
Practically- oriented studies rank among our highest goals. This is why we have joined forces with the leading players on the labour market to faciliate start into the professional career for our graduates.
In cooperation with our partners from various sectors and fields of expertise, we want to offer a high potential of expertise in various forms of curricular and extra-curricular activities. As one of the main forms serves the direct involvement of experts into the main curricula, study visits to our partners’ businesses and practical work placements. We aim at equipping our students with the best possible abilities within and outside the offered programs of studies.