Prague, Czech Republic

Europe's Pandemic Recovery

when 24 July 2021 - 31 July 2021
language English
duration 1 week
fee EUR 650

The European Summer School in Prague is an intensive 8-day learning programme focused on European integration. It is organized by one of the leading think tanks in Prague, EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy. This year’s European Summer School is titled “Europe´s pandemic recovery – an opportunity for sustainable development and future resilience” and takes place in Prague between 24th – 31st July 2021. How should the post-pandemic recovery of Europe look like? How to recover European Union´s economies while keeping up with the goals set by the Green Deal? What is the future of the EU-US relations under the new Biden presidency? Where does the EU stand with its quest for strategic autonomy and how does the pandemic influence it? How to tackle the rising disinformation threat? What is the future of the Visegrad 4? How can the EU work on strenghtening the EU values and rule of law among its member states? How can the EU trade policy and internal economic reforms help the situation? Find out in Prague, at the 18th annual European Summer School!

Course leader

Learn from the best experts from (Central) European universities and think-tanks and discuss with relevant Czech stakeholders!

Target group

Students (over 18 years) currently enrolled in university or recent graduates

Course aim

European Summer School in Prague aims to provide students with engaging summer program focused on very topical issues.

Learn more about the EU, discuss with experts, meet new friends and have fun in the heart of Europe!

Credits info

We are not able to provide you with credits which would be recognized by your home universities, but at the end of the European Summer School, all our students are awarded a certificate of participation.

Fee info

EUR 650: Fee covers:
1)Tuition and reading materials
2)Housing and two meals per day (breakfast and lunch/dinner)
3)Travel pass for public transport in Prague
4)Cultural activities, sports and other special events

Fee does not cover travel costs to Prague and other personal expenses (e.g. pocket money).


Please note that EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy is not able to provide students with any additional scholarships. To help cover the fee and travel expenses, students are encouraged to explore other funding opportunities (learn more on our website)