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European Spring Institute on the Future of Europe

Period: Mar. 29 - Apr. 5, 2008
Location: Prague (Czech Republic)
Application deadline: Feb. 15, 2008

The program

The European Spring Institute 2008 is a seven-day academic program designed to bring together 30 undergraduate and graduate students of various nationalities and academic backgrounds providing them with an exciting opportunity to deepen their knowledge of the current EU politics through exchange of ideas with academics, policy practitioners and fellow students from different cultural environments.

Two full-fledged academic courses will be taught during the program. The initial four classes and workshops will be dedicated to the study of the history and philosophy of the EU integration, changing role of institutions and creation of common policies before and after the Enlargement. The second part will discuss the role of the separate EU actors in the decision making process and lobbying mechanisms deployed.
Each course consists of eight lectures/workshops, two guest lectures, summary session, and final exam. Despite the heavy course schedule, students will also have a chance to share experiences in less formal environment.
 
Get a courses description, the ESI 2008 complete schedule and information about the ESI Faculty and Guest Lecturers at this program webpage

How to apply

To apply it is sufficient to fill in and submit the on-line Application Form. You will be asked to paste your recent resume and a statement-of-purpose not to exceed 500 words. Non-native speakers of English should provide a proof of English proficiency
The program fee is 580 EUR; the program fee for students who submit their applications after February 15, 2008 is 670 EUR.

Organiser

Prague's Centre for Public Policy

Information and contacts

Should you have any questions regarding the program and/or application process, contact:

Dr. Egle Havrdova
ESI Coordinator
European Spring Institute 2008
Prague's Centre for Public Policy
address: Vyjezdova 510
190 11 Prague 9
Czech Republic
tel. 00420.737.679605
fax. 00420.281.930584
mail. esi@cpvp.cz

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