Brussels, Belgium

Summer School on EU Policy Making

when 5 July 2021 - 16 July 2021
language English
duration 2 weeks
credits 5 EC
fee EUR 1900

Explore both the old and the new centre of Diplomacy in Europe with this 5-ECTS summer school. The intensive two-week programme is held from Monday 5 to Friday 16 July 2021. The Institute for European Studies joins forces with the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna and the University of Vienna to bring you this ‘crash course’ in European Union Policy Making. Packed with interactive seminars, this summer programme attracts students and young professionals who wish to broaden their knowledge of the European institutions, European law and the European decision-making process in general. The first week of the summer school reviews the main EU institutions and decision-making procedures, while theoretically exploring questions of governance, participation and legitimacy. During the second week students learn more about EU foreign relations. Each year, the programme has a central theme.The focus area of the Summer edition, which will be civil rights, touching on policy discussions related to human security, migration, anti-discrimination, diversity.

Target group

The programme is particularly geared towards:
• students of European studies, politics, history, law, economics
• students of other social sciences
• graduates and professionals
• high-level students with at least three years of study
• PhD students
• EU practitioners who wish to broaden their knowledge of the EU

Credits info

5 EC
The Summer School corresponds to 5 ECTS. It is also part of the Postgraduate Certificate in EU Policy Making. This certificate is equivalent to 25 ECTS credits and provides an even better insight in the different EU policy areas.

Fee info

EUR 1900: Applicants who submit their application by 15 March 2020 at the latest and are subsequently admitted to the programme, are eligible for a 10% discount on the tuition fee.

Scholarships

We will grant one full tuition fee waiver to one student of the summer school programme. This waiver will be attributed on the basis of merit and motivation, and will in general, but not exclusively, be granted to a student