The ONLINE European Summer Course 2020 'The European Approach - Past · Present · Future' will take place from 10 to 21 August 2020.
We invite all participants to attend an academically demanding
and wide-ranging programme.
Experience the inspiring atmosphere of an international seminar!
It is organized by the Europa-Institut in cooperation with the ASKO EUROPA-STIFTUNG, the Europäische Akademie Otzenhausen and the Centre international de formation européenne (Cife). It is supported by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
2020: The EU Member States must tackle many challenges in the current age. Increasing nationalism and populism, climate change response, digitalization, an aging society and globalisation make it imperative that the EU establishes itself as a strong, forward-looking network.
“The European Approach - Past · Present · Future" deals with the current opportunities and challenges of a European Union which stands between enlargement and Brexit and discusses current issues of human rights protection and their challenges in a digital age in light of growing discrimination and hate speech.
This year's summer course will deal with:
Young, active and open-minded people (esp. Bachelor-, Master- and PhD- students / young professionals) with a strong interest in the European Union and its current challenges are invited from all fields of study and from all over the world.
You will meet renowned international experts in European law, politics and economics.
The lecturers are academics or practitioners and will give you an inside view of the EU.
Various teaching methods will be used, including:
If your application is successful, participation is free of charge.
Important information for applicants
As it is currently not yet foreseeable how the situation regarding the worldwide pandemic will develop, we made the decision to offer the 10th European Summer Course 2020 in an online format. A face-to-face event is unfortunately not possible due to travel restrictions and health security measures at this point.
If your application is successful, participation is free of charge!