The module is taught by the following staff:

Nataliia Pavlikha
Jean Monnet Module Coordinator
International Relations Department
Lesya Ukrainka Eastern European National University (Ukraine)
Building G, 203/28 Vynnychenko St., 43000 Lutsk

Full Professor at the Faculty of International Relations. Head of the Department of International Economic Relations and Project Management of EENU. Author and co-author of 15 books. Over 60 published articles and reviews in journals. Didactic competence: Project Management, Sustainable Spatial Development, European Economic Integration. The Chairman of the Volyn Center of Ukrainian Association of International Economics. Academican of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. Visiting Professor at Pope John Paul II State School of Higher Education in Biała Podlaska.

Jean Monnet Module Teaching Staff Member
International Relations Department
Yasar University (Turkey)
Yasar University EU Center Universite cad.No:35 35100 Bornova

Assist. Prof. Dr. at the International Relations Department of the Yasar University. Major Study Area: International Relations. Minor Study Area: European Studies, Migration, Project Management. Have actively involved nearly 45 EU funded projects as coordinator or partner under several different programmes such as JM, Transversal Pr, Marie Curie, Erasmus, LDV. Research Fellow at University of Pittsburgh (USA), Research Fellow at the University of California Berkeley (USA), EU Center of Excellence, Research Fellow at the Wageningen University (Netherlands) Agricultural Economics, Ministry of Agriculture NL Grant.


Marta Sydoruk

Jean Monnet Module Teaching Staff Member
International Relations Department
Lesya Ukrainka Eastern European National University (Ukraine)
203/28 Vynnychenko St., 43000 Lutsk

Master’s degree in International Relations and Political Science. PhD Student of Department of International Economic Relations and Project Management at the EENU. Working on a PhD thesis titled “The organizational and economic principles of cross-border cooperation project management”. Author of 27 published scientific articles, including 3 scientific books written by a small number of co-authors. Participant of more than 30 international scientific conferences, trainings and workshops on fundraising and Project Management. Didactic competences: The European Union foreign relations with the Eastern Partnership countries, EU Project Management. Scholar of the Lane Kirkland Scholarships Program (Poland). Scholar of the Visegrad Scholarships Program (Slo­vak Republic). Scholar of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine (Ukraine).


Agnieszka Cyburt

Jean Monnet Module Teaching Staff Member
Economics and Technology Department
John Paul II State School of Higher Education in Biała Podlaska (Poland)
16 Lisia St., 21-500, Biała Podlaska

Senior Lecturer at the Economics and Technology Department at Pope John Paul II State School of Higher Education in Biała Podlaska. Didactic competences: International Economic Relation, EU Structural Funds, Project Management. Evaluator, Trainee, Advisor and Creator of applications for funding from the EU funds (creative ability to use the knowledge for constructing the application form). Working in the projects co-financed by European Union funds.

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Iryna Kytsyuk
Jean Monnet Module Administrative Project Manager
International Relations Department
Lesya Ukrainka Eastern European National University  (Ukraine)
Building G, 203/28 Vynnychenko St., 43000 Lutsk, Ukraine

PhD in Economics, Associate Professor of International Economic Relations and Project Management Department of EENU. Didactic competences: Project Management, Corporate Social Responsibility. More than 100 research and methodological papers. Have actively involved in EU funded projects as Teaching Staff Member or Project Manager under several different programmes such as JM, Active Citizens, Erasmus+ etc.