“The European Area of Criminal Justice” Summer School arrives to its 15th Edition

The Summer School is one of the activities carried out by the Institute for European Studies (ULB) in partnership with ECLAN (European Criminal Law Academic Network), in the field of European Criminal Law.

The objective of the Summer School is to provide participants with an extensive knowledge of EU criminal law.

The courses

Classes are both theoretical and practical. Academics, national experts or European officials who deal every day with the European criminal area lead the courses.

The Summer School is specially designed for practitioners in the field of police and judicial cooperation in criminal matters, EU or national civil servants as well as researchers and students interested in the EU Area of Freedom, Security and Justice.

“At many levels it is a useful place for contacts for me. You are able to speak with people who have a long-term interest in the field like myself. It is always useful in an international context.”Samuli Miettinen, Associate professor at the University of Helsinki & ECLAN Contact Point for Finland

Practical information

  • The Summer School takes place in Brussels, Belgium during the first week of July (2-6 July 2018) at the Institute for European Studies of the Université libre de Bruxelles.
  • The lectures are held in English, participants receive a certificate of attendance.
  • The deadline for registration is May 31st, 2018. To register, please send the application form available on our website with your CV to the following address: eclan.network@gmail.com.
  • For further information and for the application, please visit the Summer School’s website http://www.summerschool-ulb-criminaljustice.eu/

The Institute for European Studies of the ULB

The IEE-ULB is a centre of interdisciplinary excellence in teaching and research.

At the beginning of the 1960s, after the entry into force of the Treaty of Rome, the academic authorities at the ULB decided to create an Institute for European Studies.

The IEE-ULB covers mainly four disciplines: European law, political science, economics and history. As an interdisciplinary centre for research and teaching, it trains specialists in European issues.

Our summer schools

The summer schools are the ideal option for those who wish to deepen their competencies in European studies around the work schedule. The represent an opportunity to expand your knowledge of European Studies and enhance your professional network. More information here https://www.iee-ulb.eu/en/learning/summer-schools/