Coordinated by Prof. Kaunert at University of South Wales
An EU counter-terrorism network, coordinated by Prof. Christian Kaunert at the University of South Wales, has been selected for EU funding. The Jean Monnet Network will receive a grant of €298,586 for 2020-2023 from the Erasmus+ programme of the EU. Prof. Kaunert is a member of the EUROSCI Network, and his home university and co-ordinating institution of this new project, the University of South Wales, is an institutional partner of the EUROSCI Network. Another institutional partner of the EUROSCI Network, Universitatea Alexandru Ioan Cuza din Iasi, will also be a partner of this new Jean Monnet network co-ordinated by Prof. Kaunert from the University of South Wales.
Se acelera el crecimiento de la deuda, que roza ya los 26.000 € per cápita
Hemos puesto en hora y recalibrado el reloj de la deuda pública española de EUROSCI Network, a partir de los datos de deuda pública recientemente publicados por el Banco de España para el primer trimestre de 2020. Se acelera el crecimiento de la deuda, rozando ya los 26.000 euros por habitante.
Today the University of Benghazi has joined as a partner of the EUROSCI Network. This University, located in Benghazi, historical capital of Libya, is the oldest higher education institution in the country. It is also one of the two biggest universities in Libya by student registration numbers, with around 70,000 registered students in 2020.
Sebha University has joined today as a partner of the EUROSCI Network. This is one of the most important expansions in the history of the EUROSCI Network, not only because the University of Sebha is among the three best universities in Libya, a leader in education in Africa, but also because Sebha is a bridge to Sub-Saharan Africa. Sebha University has campuses in Sebha, Oubari, Gatt, Brrak, Tregan, Zouwailah, and, outside Libya, N'Djamena in Chad.