Upcoming Events Calendar
View forthcoming events organised by the wider European Studies community.
The 5th European Conference on Teaching and Learning Politics, International Relations and European Studies (EuroTLC) seeks to stimulate the exchange of experience and views related to supporting the learning of international students and mixed groups of home and international students.
This is the 4th workshop dedicated to the social and solidarity-based economy. The aim of this series of workshops is to present the latest research and current debates on this topic and related forms of organisation, particularly in terms of their functioning, governance and impact in terms of sustainable development.
As the world slowly comes out of the pandemic, a number of policy questions arise: was state intervention sufficient? Were the instruments appropriate? Would a European coordinated strategy have been more appropriate?
The June Summerschool will offer the opportunity for European PhD students to adopt the skills of consultants and work on a real issue faced by local stakeholders in matter of European integration. Local stakeholders (public institution, firm, NGO) will get feedbacks from a pluridisciplinary team to rethink links between their activities and European governance.
Are you a third-year BA student or an MA student in a programme in the social sciences interested in deepening your knowledge of the latest trends in European single market integration, including specialising in a key thematic area: digital, defence, energy, or financial single market? You are welcome to apply for the one-week intensive summer school programme of the Jean Monnet Network VISTA.
To this end, the Global Governance Institute (GGI), the Belgian Royal Military Academy, and a network of senior scholars and policy-makers from international organizations (such as NATO, the European Union and the United Nations) have teamed up to deliver a unique 10-day intensive summer school from the political capital of Europe.
For more than 30 years, EISS has received national and international recognition as being a place that provides an exceptional learning environment for its students. EISS provides you with the opportunity to catch up with top scholars and experts.
The second reading group session on 22 June, will revolve around the following question: How to adopt a relational approach?
The UACES Graduate Forum committee is pleased to invite submissions for the 2022 UACES Graduate Forum Research Conference. Paper and panel proposals are welcomed from PhD and Early-Career researchers worldwide, working in all areas of contemporary European Studies.