EULR Summer School - Edition 2018
Since 2003, more than 400 students and scholars from 30 countries have traveled to Igalo, Montenegro to attend the European Union & Legal Reform Summer School, a weeklong post-graduate course organized by the CCSDD in cooperation with the Institute of Social Sciences Belgrade.
The year 2018 marks a special year for the European Union which finds itself facing many new challenges but also looking for ways forward. What direction is the EU heading today? What would the Union look like without UK? What are the membership prospects for the Western Balkans?
Other issues that particularly intrigue jurists include movements toward independence such as the Catalan referendum, the Brexit negotiations, the EU's relationship with its Eastern neighbors. How has the European Economic Constitution transformed through the financial crisis? Which are the new emerging institutional arrangements for the European governance? This year's edition of the Summer School will explore some of these issues and bring them in the context of the EU enlargement effort.
The full cost of tuition, accommodation, and food during the time of the conference is 850,00 EUR. However, a number of partial and full scholarships are offered to students who request the funding during the application process. While the selection of applicants will be based on the academic merit of the applications, those willing to bear the participation costs fully or partially will be preferred in case of equally strong applications.
- Roundtable discussions
- Boat trip on the Adriatic Sea
- Publication of selected student essays
Final-year undergraduate students and graduate students in Law and Political Science, as well as young professionals and scholars, are eligible.
The Summer School Program will take place at HOTEL "SIMO MILOSEVIC".
If accepted, you may need to secure a VISA for entry into the Republic of Montenegro. Info on visa requirements can be found on the official website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Montenegro.
Transit Visa: All participants are required to find out individually whether they need a transit visa to reach Montenegro. Whenever a transit visa is necessary, individuals must promptly inform the Summer School Coordinators.
Information required by Summer School coordinators in order to issue a letter of invitation to all participants in need of an entry visa:
- Last Name
- Birthdate and Birthplace
- Passport Number
- Passport expiry date
- Passport date of issue
Overview of visa regimes for foreign citizens
Holders of travel documents issued by the European Union Member States or the United States of America, Kingdom of Norway, Republic of Ireland, Swiss Confederation, Canada, Commonwealth of Australia, New Zealand and Japan based on the Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees (1951) or Convention Relating to the Status of Stateless Persons (1954), as well as Travel Documents for Foreigners may enter, pass through the territory of and stay in Montenegro up to 30 days without a visa.
Mere possession of a visa does not grant the entry to Montenegro. Other legal requirements for granting a foreigner the entry and stay to Montenegro must also be met according to the Law on Foreigners (“Official Gazette of Montenegro”, no. 56/14 , 28/15 and 16/16. Visa regime between Montenegro and other countries is regulated by the Decree on visa regime (“Official Gazette of Montenegro”, No. 35/16).
Visa in itself does not offer a grant of permission to work in Montenegro. Person who intends to work in Montenegro must obtain a temporary residence permit for the purpose of employment or seasonal work, on the grounds of previously issued work permit.
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