Jean Monnet Summer School on EU Policy Making - Analysing Civil Rights in Today's EU, 5-16 July 2021

Publish Date: Mar 29, 2021

Deadline: May 01, 2021

Event Dates: from Jul 05, 2021 12:00 to Jul 16, 2021 12:00

2021 Summer School theme: Analysing civil rights in today's EU

*** Please note that because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the July 2021 edition of this Summer School will be organised online, with a reduced tuition fee. ***

The intensive two-week Jean Monnet Summer Schoolon EU Policy Making, taught on campus, is held one week in Brussels and one week in Vienna from Monday 5 to Friday 16 July 2021. It allows students to explore both the old and the new centre of diplomacy in Europe. The Brussels based Institute for European Studies (VUB) joins forces with the Diplomatische Akademie Wien — Vienna School of International Studies and the University of Vienna to bring you this 'crash course' in European Union Policy Making. The focus area of the Summer edition, which will be civil rights, touching on policy discussions related to human security, migration, anti-discrimination, diversity.

Packed with interactive seminars and study visits, this summer programme attracts students and young professionals who wish to broaden their knowledge of the European institutions, European law and the European decision-making process in general. The first week of the summer school takes place in Brussels and reviews the main EU institutions and decision-making procedures. During the second week students learn more about EU foreign relations, while enjoying the beautiful city of Vienna.

The Summer School corresponds to 5 ECTS. It is also part of the Postgraduate Certificate in EU Policy Making. This certificate is equivalent to 25 ECTS credits and provides an even better insight in the different EU policy areas.

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