Our lecture series, seminars, film clubs and round tables contribute to the debate around the state and the future of the European Union.ALL IEE EVENTS
IEE-ULB organises 3 Masters, 2 Specialized Masters and an Executive Master in European studies. It also participates in doctoral training through 2 international networks.TRAINING AT THE IEE
10 research centres are associated with the IEE-ULB. The Institute coordinates the research on European Studies, in collaboration with its partner faculties at the ULB.RESEARCH AT THE IEE
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The European Union of today cannot be studied as it once was. This original new textbook provides a much-needed update on how the EU's policies and institutions have changed in light of the multiple crises and transformations since 2010.Read more
This academic year 2020-2021, the Institute for European Studies at the ULB welcomes Professor Antoine Vauchez in the framework of the ULB International Chair.Read more
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Specialists discuss European issues.
The first of the four books, published in July 2020, “Supranational Governance at Stake. The EU’S External Competences Caught between Complexity and Fragmentation” was edited by Mario Telò and Anne Weyembergh.Read more
A recent webconference between Canadian and European academics was an opportunity to assess the free trade agreement between the EU and Canada.Read more
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