Winter Seminar - European Values vs Central European Realities, 25 February - 1 March 2019, Hungary


January 21, 2019

Event Date:

February 25, 2019 - March 01, 2019

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Interdisciplinary elective course 

Period: 25 February – 1 March 2019 (academic program from Monday to Friday).


12 Áldozat str. Győr, Hungary (Building of the Faculty of Law)

  •  The interdisciplinary intensive seminar offers a university course and a forum for students and young researchers. 
  • Noted experts, lecturers and professors from different Central European universities help to discover and discuss legal, political, social, economic and EU-aspects concerning the fundamental values in Europe and in our region. 

PANELS of discussions

  • democratic procedures - elections, public opinion, political discourse; 
  • rule of law - division of powers, fundamental rights, judicial power;
  • indentity - European and/or constitutional identity, sovereignty and EU membership; 
  • The seminar will include academic lectures + workshop opportunities with the active contribution of participants + off-campus events + cultural evenings. 

Program details

Venue – official programme: Széchenyi István University, Faculty of Law and Political Sciences, Building “J”

H-9026 Győr, Áldozat str. 12. (Hungary)
  • The Seminar is open for higher education students and PhD candidates as young researchers from any fields of legal, economic, media, communications, social or international studies from all over Europe. 
  • 20 places are provided for incoming students from abroad.
  • The language of the Seminar is English. 
  • We present certificates on the participation and contributions. 
  • You can obtain 5 ECTS credit points. 


Registration fee: 80 EUR (shall be paid at the registration) that covers the accommodation in the student hostel of the University (5 minutes walk from downtown),  technical background, handing-outs and the publication of the scientific results of workshop sessions, 
cultural programme, visit to historical places.

The application shall include

  •  application form 
  •  abstract in case you intend to present a paper/topic (not compulsory)
  •  letter of recommendation from a professor (not compulsory but recommended) 

All documents should be sent via e-mail to

Ms. Rita Ferenczy (assistant) – 
Prof. Peter Smuk (Head of Department) – 

For more information click ''LINK TO ORIGINAL'' below.

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