Get a closer look into decision-making in the EU

Fridays at the EU Parliament: Twice a month during the first semester IEE students will have the opportunity to visit the European Parliament from the inside in a guided tour by IEE Alumnus Bogdan Deleanu, Head of Cabinet of the Office of MEP Dragoș Pîslaru (Chair of the EMPL Committee).
Participation is on a first-come, first served basis and only for students following the Advanced Master in EU Interdisciplinary Studies (MS-EURI), the Advanced Master in European Law (MS-DREU) or the Master in European Studies (MA-ETEU) programmes. The maximum number of students per visit is 9. Book your spot ASAP for one of the six Fridays at the EU Parliament!

About your host, IEE Alumnus Bogdan Deleanu

With a background in political science and international affairs, Bogdan Deleanu is an expert in European Affairs currently leading the team of MEP Dragoș Pîslaru, the current chair of the EMPL Committee in the European Parliament.

Bogdan has work extensively in international affairs, serving for the European Union in the Parliament and the European Economic and Social Committee, for the United Nations Department of Peacekeeping Operations and cooperating with NATO and other international organizations. He worked on foreign and security policy, including cybersecurity and digital threats, moved to human rights and development issues and more recently, employment and labour affairs in the EU, where he focuses on future of work and social integration of children and youth.

In his free time, he co-founded and led Europuls, a leading Romanian think tank on EU affairs. He coordinated the team that developed the Eurosfat Forum between 2016-2019, an event that is now established as the largest EU affairs event in Southeast Europe. He founded and led RO100Brussels, the largest Romanian civic organization in 2018-2019 operating in the Romanian Diaspora and has been active in civic and political activities aimed at improving the working conditions of Romanian mobile and migrant workers.