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Title: English. European and Euro-Atlantic Integration
Other Titles: a Textbook for Civil Servants and Local Government Employees
Authors: Glukhova, Yu.
Say, D.
Palagnyuk, Yu.
Ponomaryov, S.
Soroka, S.
Soloviova, A.
Keywords: Euro-Atlantic Integration
European Integration
Civil Servants
Local Government Employees
European Institutions
European law and policy
EU-Ukraine Association
NATO-Ukraine relations
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: PMBSNU Publishing House
Abstract: The Textbook English for professionals in the Field of European and Euro-Atlantic integration is developed by the team of authors from the Institute of Public Administration of the Petro Mohyla Black Sea State University to be used for training of civil servants and local government employees. It can be used for teaching English to students who specialize in "Public Administration", "International Relations", "Political Science" as well as for improving foreign language skills of civil servants and local government officials. The textbook is designed to be used in the educational process which should last at least 144 academic hours and consist of two modules: the first – European integration, the second – Euro-Atlantic integration. For teachers, graduate and PhD students, university students, and individuals that undergo training, retraining and advanced training for civil servants and local government officials.
Description: English. European and Euro-Atlantic Integration : a Textbook for Civil Servants and Local Government Employees / Yu. Glukhova, D. Say, Yu. Palagnyuk, S. Ponomaryov, S. Soroka, A. Soloviova. – 3rd ed., updated. – Mykolayiv : PMBSNU Publishing House, 2018. – 336 p.
URI: http://localhost/xmlui/handle/123456789/257
ISBN: 978-966-336-396-7
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