The EUROPAEUM is pleased to invite applications from graduates for our policy making seminar in Brussels. A special three-day programme includes visits to the European Parliament, the Portuguese Permanent Representation as well as talks, discussions, and interviews with those at the sharp end of policy and decision-making in Brussels. It is being organised with our colleagues from the Institute of Political Science in Lisbon and will focus on how key areas of European policy are made. This year we will our core themes include: Energy policy; the future of the Euro; EU-Russian relations; Eastern Europe; regulation of the digital economy; and Migration. There will also be chances for more detailed discussion in working groups. The accent is on discussion and understanding.
The event will start on the morning of Monday 19 March and will end at lunchtime on Wednesday 21 March
Successful applicants from members universities will receive free accommodation and reimbursements for reasonable travel expenses. To apply, please send your completed application form (see at the top of this page), your CV, a statement of no more than 1,000 words about your research interests, your reasons for applying and what you envisage gaining from participating in the event.
We would also like to receive two references.
Deadline: 18 February 2018
This programme is made possible thanks to the generous support from the European Parliament, Federation for European Progressive Studies, the Institute of Politics, Catholic University of Portugal, and the EUROPAEUM association of universities.
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