6 July 2019
Athens Summer School 2019 "Moving the EU forward after the European Parliament elections"
The Athens Summer School is an intensive interdisciplinary 6-day course (28 teaching hours), that provides comprehensive knowledge on policy issues and key challenges that Europe faces in the post-crisis era.
The number of participants is limited to 50 advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students of various disciplines, from EU and non-EU countries, so as their active involvement and constructive discussion with the course tutor to be ensured.
The lectures will be delivered in English by distinguished academics and recognized researchers with a thorough academic background and political perception on EU politics and policies.
The Athens Summer School constitutes a unique opportunity for every Greek or foreign advanced under-graduate or post-graduate student to broaden his academic and research horizons on EU crisis as new interdisciplinary field of EU studies (limited to 50 advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students from EU and non-EU countries)
The Athens Summer School aims at becoming an annual meeting point for motivated and talented students; driven by their common interest for the new dynamics that crisis has shaped for the European integration and for Greece as well.
EUR 150: The fee will cover the Summer School's lectures, as well as a dossier, including the student's Handbook. The programme does not offer scholarships or any other kind of concession.
No scholarships offered