Admission to summer schools
As part of its continuing education activities, the IEE-ULB organises summer courses. What are the programmes and the admission requirements?
IEE-ULB is active in the field of continuing training. Summer courses and other one-off modules and courses are offered to professional audiences.
Registration requirements for the summer schools
IEE-ULB summer courses each have their own admission requirements:
- ECLAN summer school: reserved for practitioners in police and judicial cooperation in criminal matters, EU or national officials, researchers and students with a degree in law, political science or international relations.
- ODYSSEUS: The ODYSSEUS network organises a summer school on immigration and asylum issues in Europe. Applicants must be holders of a university Bachelor’s degree in law, political science or international relations or provide evidence of equivalent professional practice.
- Summer doctoral seminar in European law: The seminar in European law brings together every other year around 20 Ph.D. candidates from various universities. Access is reserved to Ph.D. candidates with a thesis project on European Law.
- Globalisation, the EU and Multilateralism (GEM) Applicants should be currently enrolled in a PhD program. Special attention is given to applicants in the following fields of study will have an advantage: EU Studies and other Area Studies, Political Science, International Relations, Economics, International Political Economy, Law, Sociology, Development Studies, Global Studies, Communication Studies and Critical Studies.
- Brussels Summer School on EU Competition Law: This programme is dedicated to competition law and provides the opportunity to meet lawyers and economists, experts on these issues. It is specifically designed for lawyers, economists, consultants in public affairs.
How can I apply?
For these continuing training programmes, please sign up directly via the following links:
- Globalisation, the EU and Multilateralism (GEM)
- Brussels Summer School on EU Competition Law
For the doctoral summer school in European Law: Send a CV and a summary of the project, showing the status of the research and methodological approach to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why choose a summer school at IEE-ULB?
IEE-ULB summer courses cater to professionals wanting to acquire a better understanding of European issues. Anchored in scientific research and practice, they involve various experts. They are usually organised in small groups in order to stimulate exchanges. Finally, there is an opportunity to develop a professional network in the field of European studies.