Summer School in European Education Studies Erasmus+ Programme - Jean MONNET Module 2017 Edition

SUSEES is a Summer School in European Education Studies held at the Department of Social Sciences of the University Federico II and open to 20 emerging researchers from the host institution and all across Europe who intend to consolidate their expertise in studying education policies, practices and outcomes assuming the European dimension as the privileged point of observation.

SUSEES promotes innovation in teaching and research, fostering the adoption of a EU-angle in the field of educational research, and acts as a laboratory for emergent researchers to develop interdisciplinary thinking and research about the process of Europeanisation in and through education.

Participants will be involved in a 5 days and 40 hours module where every year, and for three editions, renowned scholars from the field of educational research will be asked to present and discuss specific theories and related methodological developments and demonstrate how these are used in their own work on Europeanisation. The resulting dialogic and dynamic environment will provide participants with new insights on the potentials of the theoretical and methodological resources in producing new research questions on Europeanisation of education.

For detailed information on SUSEES, Key Staff, how to apply and the Season School Programme, please view the flyer here.

Contact

Prof. Roberto Serpieri/Dr. Emiliano Grimaldi
University of Naples Federico II – Department of Social Sciences
Telephone: +39 081 2535831
Email: socedu28@gmail.com
Website: http://www.irpps.cnr.it/socedu/

Dates and Deadlines

Application deadline: 31 March 2017
Information on acceptance: 15 April 2017
Registration: by 15 May 2017

Course dates: 3 - 7 July 2017

Venue

Department of Social Sciences - University of Naples Federico II

International Partners

  • EERA Network 28 – Sociologies of Education
  • IRPPS - National Research Council Italy
  • University of Strasbourg
  • École normale supérieure de Lyon