Professor Marc Maresceau

  • Full-time Professor of EU Law and Institutions at Ghent University where he holds an ad personam Jean Monnet Chair
  • Lecturer at University of Brussels (VUB) and College of Europe, Natolin
  • Director of the European Institute and coordinator of the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence
  • Studied at the Faculty of Laws of Ghent University, The Johns Hopkins University (Bologna), the Institut de hautes études internationales (Geneva); he was Leverhulme Fellow at the University of Edinburgh
  • Visiting Chair at several universities, including King's College (University of London); Università di Bologna; University of Georgia, Athens; China University of Political Science and Law, Beijing; Université Montesquieu Bordeaux IV; Università di Pisa (Scuola Sant' Anna); Université de Rennes I; The Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Libera Università Mediterranea, Bari; Université Paris II (Panthéon-Assas); Université de Nice
  • He has led important research projects on external relations of the EU often concentrating on EU bilateral relations and was consultant/academic expert for various projects of the European Commission in non-EU countries (including projects in South East Asia, Cyprus, Russia, Gulf States) and for Phare projects
  • Founder and General Editor of the academic series Studies in EU External Relations (Publisher Brill-Martinus Nijhoff, Leiden-Boston, since 2008)
  • President of ECSA-World (ESCA = European Community Studies Association) and ECSA-Europe (1999-2002) and Chairman Scientific Committee "Legal Sciences" of the FWO-Fund for Scientific Research (2000-2006)