The Centre promotes and coordinates the teaching of European Union Law at the Law Faculty, in particular in the framework of the Master programme « Droit international et européen ».
In 2017, the CEJE and the GSI launched a "Master of Advanced Studies in European and International Governance", the MEIG Programme. This is a pluridisciplinary programme in English, which offers an graduate education in European and international governance. The MEIG Programme aims at raising the awareness of the participants on these issues, while providing the necessary theoretical knowledge and practical skills that are needed to face the challenges in their professional activities. The programme will address, from both an academic and professional perspective, a range of themes around the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), such as Migration, Human Rights, Security, Peace, Humanitarian Affairs, Climate Change, International Trade, Environment and Health as well as the implementation of Agenda 2030.
The Centre also organises regularly Jean Monnet Doctoral Workshops on themes related to the external relations of the European Union.