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Organisation, councils and co-operation

Centre for European Studies (CES) has a long experience of working with interdisciplinary European Studies. The teachers represents no less than nine different academic disciplines that together form the basis for the subject of European Studies.

Organisation

Within CES nine different academic disciplines from three Faculties at the University of Gothenburg are working together. The centre is hosted by the Department of Political Science at the Faculty of Social Science. This is where the Management Team and the Study administration belong. The co-director of studies is always representing another Faculty.

Co-operation

  • Economic History – Department of Economy and Society at the School of Business Economics and Law
  • Business Administration – Department of Business Administration the School of Business Economics and Law
  • History – Department of Historical Studies at at the Faculty of Humanities
  • History of Ideas – Department of Literature, History of Ideas, and Religion at the Faculty of Humanities
  • Law – Department of Law at the School of Business Economics and Law
  • Human Geography – Department of Economy and Society at the School of Business Economics and Law
  • Economics – Department of Economics at the School of Business Economics and Law
  • Sociology– Department of Sociology and Work Science at the Faculty of Social Sciences
  • Political Science– Department of Political Science at the Faculty of Social Sciences

Councils to assure educational quality

Centre for European Research (CERGU)

Europakunskapskollegiet

Council members 2020:

Lisbeth Aggestam, Political Science

Heather C. Fors, Economics

Christoph Haug, Sociology

Poul Holm, History

Ann Ighe, Economic History

Anders Larsson, Human Geography

Roman Martin, Business Administration

Andreas Moberg, Law

Cecilia Rosengren, History of Ideas

The Council for European Studies at the University of Gothenburg (REGU)

In order to strengthen the links with the surrounding community and to promote long-term strategic development of education, a think-tank connected to the Centre for European Studies was initiated in the spring of 2012: REGU - The Council for European Studies at the University of Gothenburg. The Council meets twice a year.

Council members 2020-2022

Cecilia Malmström, former EU Commissioner, Honorary Member

Gunnar Bolin, journalist and producer at Kulturradion Special, Sveriges Radio

Ulf Hammarström, Director General of Swedac

Karin Knutsson, Manager at Ernest & Young (alumni)

Lotta Lekvall, Managing Director of Folkteatern, boardmember of the Swedish Royal Opera House

Charlotta Lundström, Manager, External relations, Region Västra Götaland (VGR)

Sebastian Marx, Independent EU-consultant with 20 years Brussels experience

Catrine Norrgård, Managing Director of the Gothenburg Representation Office in Brussels

Pierre Schellekens, European Commission, Brussels

Linda Berg, Director of Studies

Ann Ighe, Co-Director of studies

Chairperson Studentgroup Europa