9 July 2016
International Environment and European Integration
The programme will give a special focus to issues related to local governance and the repercussions of the Integration process on the local level.
This programme will consist of lectures, workshops and student assignments to be completed in groups with the support of academic supervisors. Due to its specific approach, the School will be appealing both to students with basic knowledge of EU matters and those who want to know more.
Classes will be held by lecturers from Croatian and European Universities, as well as other institutions.
Students with basic knowledge of EU matters and those who want to know more.
The goal of the EFRI Summer School is to broaden the knowledge of students of economics, law, political sciences, administration and other related studies on the economic integration process in Europe, and to point out the advantages and challenges of economic integration in everyday life.
EUR 600: A total fee of 600 EUR covers tuition, study materials, organized trips, public transportation, accomodation,
breakfast and lunch. A limited number of partial scholarships are available.
PARTIAL scholarships are available.