The enumerated academic and scientific Institutions - through undergraduate, postgraduate Ma/PhD programs and specialisations coupled with a large amount of national and international research projects - provide deep knowledge, professional teaching/research expertise and a culture of peace.
These advantages have led to the promotion of programs relevant to the Community policy-making at a methodological level, being aware that the method of study must include principles that make professional work effective at a European level in order to make it effective at local level.
The promotion of the new university structure is also based on the awareness that cooperation on higher education strengthens and deepens the whole fabric of relations existing between the peoples of Europe, brings out common values, allows fruitful exchanges of views to take place and facilitates multinational activities in the scientific, cultural, economic and social spheres.
The Consortium, strengthened by the high international level of the student and teaching bodies, organises every year three post-graduate programmes:
ü MA in Communication and Methods in European Policy Making
ü MA in International Peace Operators
ü PhD in Transborder Policies for the Daily Life
which are all held in English.
The common aim of these programmes is to train professionals proficient in the field of trans-border and international relations with specific academic, methodological and institutional skills in the area of cooperation among border regions.