How Europe Works: A First-Hand Experience on EU Institutions

How Europe Works: A First-Hand Experience on EU Institutions

We are pleased to inform you that the Robert Schuman Institute (RSI), with the support of the Political Academy of the Austrian People’s Party (PolAk) and the Wilfred Martens Centre for European Studies (WMCES) organises an introductory seminar (Vienna) and a study visit (Brussels) under the tile “How Europe Works: A First-Hand Perspective on EU Institutions” as follows:

1. How Europe Works: Introductory Course

08 May – 11 May (Monday-Thursday) in Vienna

 2. How Europe Works: Field Trip

26 – 29 June (Monday-Thursday) in Brussels

This is a series that gives practical, useable knowledge on EU affairs and contact opportunities to EPP politicians, field experts, EU institution staff. Good knowledge of English is absolutely necessary, and to benefit the delegating party most, candidates should have an existing or prospective connection to EU oriented work inside the party.

Target countries: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, FYROMacedonia, Kosovo, and Serbia

The APPLICATION DEADLINE is 10 AM, 31 March (FRIDAY) 2017, arriving at RSI

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