European Summer School 2017 – "Challenged Union: Making Sense of the Troublemakers"

EUROPEUM organizes the 15th European Summer School - this time focused on Euroscepticism. Early-bird discounts are prepared for those who apply before January 31.

EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy organizes the 15th annual European Summer School for university students in July 2017. 

The programme focuses on current issues that the European Union faces, with a special focus on Euroscepticism and its manifestations in member states. European Summer School is organized under auspices of the European Commission Representation in the Czech Republic, in cooperation with Prague College and Faculty of Social Science of Charles University in Prague.

The European Summer School under the title "Challenged Union: Making Sense of the Troublemakers (or at least trying to)" will take place in Prague, July 15-25 2017.

Early-bird discounts are prepared for those who apply before January 31 and have also a new program of scholarships!

You can find further information on the European Summer School homepage, download the promotion leaflet (enclosed on the right of this article) and watch the video from last year’s program on our YouTube channel.

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Zuzana Stuchlíková
Head of Brussels Office

Interested in European neighbourhood policy and climate protection policy.

Kateřina Davidová
Junior Research Fellow and Project Manager

Expertise: issues related to climate change and environment, energy policy, UK politics.

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