Europe Projects (Erasmus+): Mobility and Capacity Building with Europe

The Royal University of Law and Economics is proud to be a partner of numerous European universities in the framework of European Erasmus+ projects. These projects enable students, researchers and academics to study or research in Europe from one week to one year. 

Overall, RULE got involved in the implementation of 16 Erasmus+ projects for the last 5 years. RULE participated in this respect to 11 International Mobility Projects (IMC) with 9 different partners, 4 from France (Lyon 3, Paris 8, Rennes 2 and Nantes) and 5 other programme countries (namely Germany, Spain, Belgium, Turkey and Romania). It enabled more than 30 students to study in Europe for the past few years. RULE has also been involved in 4 Capacity Building Projects. Currently RULE is involved in 2 Capacity Building Projects : GREENCAP and FOODSTEM.
Previously, RULE also participated to DOCKSIDE which started in 2016 and ended in 2019 and in WANASEA which started in 2017 and ended in 2020. FOODSTEM started in December 2019 and GREENCAP started in January 2020. 

These projects enable RULE to benefit from visiting professors from Europe and to also send students, and researchers to Europe (Denmark, Spain, Belgium France). RULE has also been in charge of a Jean Monnet module which aims to develop European Studies in the framework of the Khmer programs of Law and Economics at Bachelor and Master’s degree level.

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