28 students of the 2nd edition of CEPOL European Joint Master Programme (EJMP) to defend their MA thesis publicly

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11 July 2019

Following 2 years of intensive EU academic studies which have aimed to address common challenges of police cooperation in the frame of internal security, 28 students of CEPOL European Joint MasterProgramme (EJMP) will finally conclude their educational cycle with the defence of their Master Thesis. These have been scheduled between 15 July and 2 August 2019.

Those oral defences will be taking place online and will be available for the general public or those interested in the format of a webinar (with student's consent).

To obtain the Master Diploma students are required to get a minimum marking of 50 out of 100 in each module they have undertaken throughout the 2 years of the programme and pass the Master Thesis. The oral defence represents a maximum of 20% of the mark for the Master Thesis, and the written part corresponds to a maximum 80% of the mark. The Board of Examiners will have the right to give the final validation of the Master Thesis.

This master programme is unique and complementary to the Higher Education Programme and to existing master programmes on policing in the EU Member States. The programme fully complies with the Bologna Declaration for higher education and the Dublin Descriptors, which are recognised by all universities in the European Union. This alignment warrants the academic quality, coherence and consistency of the European Joint Master Programme.

The European Joint Master Programme (EJMP) is a very important learning programme in CEPOL’s portfolio and is dedicated to the legal and operational aspects of international and European police cooperation. The academic programme is implemented by a consortium of 22 partners, and the diploma is awarded by the National Distance University in Spain (UNED) and jointly developed and delivered in cooperation with University Consortium Partners from Hungary, Finland, Italy, Lithuania, Romania, the Netherlands, UK and Estonia.

The EJMP is addressed to senior law enforcement officers or experts in general management and specialist positions who intend to gain or improve competences in the field of international and European police and law enforcement management.

Find more about CEPOL EJMP programme here.

Below you may find the list of students scheduled for their Master Thesis defence, along with the title of the dissertation and a date of the oral defence.

You may subscribe to attend the defence by clicking on the corresponding link:

Student name Thesis title Date and time
Maria Ntoulaki Migration, smuggling in Europe, case study Greece 15.07 at 11:00
Jose Rooijers Dutch-German police cooperation in criminal investigation on physical ATM attacks 16.07 at 11:00
Argo Tali Widening the meaning of the EU police cooperation by using welfare state as new factor 16.07 at 14:00
Hugo Cruz The coordination of training for law enforcement officials on a European level 16.07 at 16:00
Jan Havíř Enforcement of penalties for traffic offences in EU countries 17.07 at 09:00
Natalja Prokofjeva Child sexual abuse and exploitation in cyberspace: challenges and opportunities for police organizations in the EU 17.07 at 11:00
Aleksandar Daskalov Police response to terrorist attacks in Bulgaria 17.07 at 14:00
Piotr Sochacki CSDP Police missions as a tool in conducting security sector reforms 18.07 at 11:00
István Vincze EU cooperation on counter-terrorism and fight against radicalisation 18.07 at 14:00
László Balázs Migration management in the EU, with special focus on the Mediterranean area and the West Balkan migration route 18.07 at 16:00
Veiko Kommusaar Readiness to support ensuring public order in another member state of the European Union 22.07 at 11:00
Emmet Casserly Brexit - the beginning of the end? The potential effect of Brexit on police cooperation between A Garda Siochana and the Police Service of Northern Ireland 22.07 at 14:00
Alexandru-Marian Serban European tools for investigating transnational organized crime 23.07 at 11:00
Otilia Filip The EC cooperation and verification mechanism for Romania and Bulgaria - An efficient instrument for compensating post-accession compliance? 23.07 at 14:00
Dario Ljubić Targeted and systematic border control effectiveness 24:07 at 11:00
Kristina Boholm Policing and pretrial investigation in EU countries: similarities and differences 24.07 at 14:00
Pierguido Saliba Counter-terrorism through community policing: an exploratory study 25.07 at 11:00
Olivier Filipowicz The European arrest warrant in the context of uncertainty about Brexit 25.07 at 14:00
Markus Saul Knowledge management in civilian EU CSDP-missions - a comparative study with a focus on personnel rotation 26.07 at 11:00
Yorik van Lent Police negotiations in art theft in an EU context 26.07 at 14:00
Jose Luis Garcia Rivera A new model for exchange programs in police traning 29.07 at 11:00
Milan Cernek Videoconferencing in criminal proceedings in the EU 30.07 at 11:00
Gytis Makaveckas Evolution of Europe's cybersecurity and future prospects 30.07 at 14:00
Rolandas Kiskis Challenges for leadership in police cooperation investigating activities of organized crime groups 31.07 at 11:00
Matti Airaksinen European Union's strategy to combat radicalisation - Document analysis of the selected strategic documents in Finland and Sweden 31.07 at 14:00
Paolo Cestra Road policing as EU challenge - legal and operational aspects of police cooperation and cross border enforcement 31.07 at 16:00
Johann Poschinger “Police-Cooperation” Influenced by the Organisation- A theory-critical analysis of CIS-A-Cooperation 02.08 at 11:00

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