How Europe Works EaP countries

 Robert Schuman Institute (RSI), supported by the Political Academy of the Austrian People’s Party (PolAk) and the Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies (WMCES) organises an introductory seminar  and a study visit under the title of “How Europe Works: A First-Hand Perspective on European Institutions”. The series of two modules will be provided for the same group of 15 young professionals with relevant duties / functions in EPP sister parties in the following Eastern Partnership (EaP) countries: Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine. 

How Europe Works: Introductory Course
12– 14 September 2022 (Monday – Wednesday) in Budapest
arrival: 11 September, departure 15 September

How Europe Works: Study visit
2022 December
or 2023 January in Brussels
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.

The APPLICATION DEADLINE is 22 August (Monday) 2022

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the responsible project manager, Alessandro D’Onofrio at

Please fill out the application form

Find more information about the series in the Call for applications.