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) is organizing an introductory seminar and a study visit for the young members of the EPP sister parties from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Serbia, within the framework of “How Europe Works: A First-Hand Perspective on EU Institutions 2022” series of courses, to be held as follows:
How Europe Works: Introductory Course
19– 21 September 2022 (Monday – Wednesday) in Vienna, Austria
arrival: 18 September, departure 22 September
How Europe Works: Study visit
2022 December or 2023 January in Brussels, Belgium
Dates to be confirmed
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.
What we are aiming to achieve:
15 public career-oriented people between 22 – 35 years of age, actively involved in EU-related work in EPP sister parties, selected from the above mentioned countries on the basis of individual applications and delegated by relevant parties.
Language of the series: English (no translation will be provided)
The APPLICATION DEADLINE is 29 August (Monday) 2022
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the responsible project manager, Evgenia Jarabik at email@example.com.
Should you wish to apply for participation, please fill out the application form before the indicated deadline.
Looking forward to your applications!