Projets européens et internationaux


Capacity Building project, Erasmus+ : +. Energy/ Agro-food Synergies in Africa : New Educationaal Models for Universities, October 2013 to April 2016.

European partners : Alma mater University, Bologna, Italy, coordinator ; Pavia University, University of Clermont Auvergne. East African Partners : Ethiopia : Addis ababa University, Mekelle University ; Kenya : Nairobi University ; Tanzania : Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro.

General objective : improve strengthen innovation and raise sustainability in the energy-agriculture sectors in East Africa through the improvement of human resource.

Specific objectives : Increase the capacity of universities to offer original programmes at postgraduate and lifelong learning level, mixing cross cutting issues related to energy-agriculture diciplinary fields


Capacity Building project, Erasmus +. Assessing and improving Research Performance at South East Asian Universities, October 2016 to October 2019.

European Partners : University of Economics of Bratislava, Slovakia, coordinator, University of Economics of Warszaw, Poland, University of bath, UK, University of Clermont Auvergne.

Asian Partners : Badan Wakaf University and Gadjah mada university, Indonesia ; Burapha University and ICNIDA, Thailande ; Universii Teknologi Malaysia, Universiti Teknologi Mara, Malaysia.

Objectives : Optimize the research capacity of Universities in malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand through the implementation of a research impact and quality assessment system.


Erasmus Mundus Joint Master degree, Erasmus +. Global Development Policies, September 2016 to September 2021.

European partners : Palacky University, Olomouc, Czech republic, coordinator, University of Pavia, Italy, University of Clermont Auvergne

Other academic Partners : Catholic University of Madagascar, University of Bethlehem, Royal Univeristy of Buthan, University of Rwanda, Atatürk Ataloo University Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.

Non academic Partners : People in Need, Czech Republic, GLOPOLIS, Czech Republic ; ALDA – European Association for Local Democracy, France ; PDCS – Partners for Democratic Change Slovakia, Slovakia ; EDI Group, UK and East Africa ; COOPI – Cooperazione Internazionale, Italy ; CISP – The International Committee for the Development of Peoples, Italy ; VIS – International Volunteer Service for Development, Italy ;  UNIMED –the Mediterranean Universities Union, Italy.

Degree sructure : It consists in a two-year multidisciplinary master program in development studies, with an economic grounding and policy perspective. GLODEP has a fixed structure: first semester at Palacky University (Olomouc, Czech Republic), second semester at the University Clermont Auvergne (Clermont-Ferrand, France) and third semester at the University of Pavia (Pavia, Italy). The fourth semester is dedicated to an internship or research stay, preferably with one of the fourteen associated partners of the consortium (see Academic Associates and Non-Academic Associates); and to thesis writing

Degree objectives : The aim of GLODEP is to prepare professionals in the field of development policy and practice. GLODEP provides the students with comprehensive knowledge and skills to analyze development issues and to design and promote development policies at national, regional and international levels. GLODEP has two defining features. First, it links the areas of development studies and development economics, offering insights from economics and other fields, such as geography, environmental studies, and political science. Second, the applied character of the program is reflected in the course contents where the policy (project) dimension is emphasized.