Summer schools in European Studies in Brussels: 5 options
A summer school in European Studies? IEE-ULB organises 5 programmes in the form of summer schools. These international training courses take place during the university holidays.
The summer schools are the ideal option for those who wish to deepen their competencies in European studies around the work schedule. Expand your knowledge of European Studies and enhance your professional network.
Discover the IEE-ULB during the summer holidays.
Summer School on 360°of EU Affairs
A new Summer School is organised by the IEE-ULB as a collaboration with the Faculty of Philosophy and Social Sciences.
It is organised within the framework of Jean Monnet Module “Rule of law and mutual trust in global and European governance”.
Through academic lectures, roundtables and panels with high-level officials and experts in EU affairs, the summer school provides an introduction to EU politics with a focus on EU institutions, interests representation, lobbying, decision-making and the EU in the world.
European Area for Criminal Law
The IEE-ULB organises, in collaboration with the ECLAN network, a programme that offers, in addition to a conference on a topical issue and negotiation exercices, training in 5 key themes of European criminal law:
- Historical development of the legal framework
- Judicial and police cooperation
- Approximation of substantive law and procedural rights
- Actors of the European criminal law
- Data protection and external dimension of the EU area of criminal justice
EU Law and Policy on Immigration and Asylum
The ODYSSEUS network organises a summer school on immigration and asylum law and policy in Europe. The speakers and experts come from varied academic and professional backgrounds: Member States, institutions and international organisations.
Doctoral seminar in European law
The seminar in European law brings together every other year around 20 Ph.D. candidates from various universities. It aims at sharing experiences and pooling resources so that participants can perfect their methodological approach. Registration and information from professor Marianne Dony.
Globalisation, the EU and Multilateralism (GEM)
The GEM Doctoral School offers summer seminars. These courses are open to students who wish to deepen their understanding of European institutions, economic policies, international interactions, etc.