29 August 2014
The European Union in a Multipolar World: German, French and Polish perspectives on EU external action.
Students from Germany, France and Poland respectively will gather at castle Genshagen close to Berlin for ten days in order to discuss, from their various perspectives, a topic of European relevance. The Genshagen Summer School’s third edition will be devoted to “The European Union in a Multipolar World: German, French and Polish perspectives on EU external action”.
For more information on the organisers and the castle, please visit the following web pages: www.stiftung-genshagen.de
You can also find practical information such as how to apply on facebook: www.facebook.com/GenshagenSummerSchool
On August 20–29, 2014 the third Genshagen Trilateral Summer School will take place as a joint project of Stiftung Genshagen, the European University Viadrina, the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Strasbourg and the Jagiellonian University in Cracow.
French, Polish and German students.
Working language is English
The programme for the Summer School is both at a high scholarly level and diverse: besides lectures given by university teachers, a special focus lies on discussion and exchange among participants.
It is completed by cultural events and informal meetings with practitioners from business, government or NGOs.
EUR 100: How much does it cost and where will I stay?
The tuition fee is 100 €. This covers all costs related to your stay in Genshagen: you share a
double room at the castle and all meals are included with the exception of lunches and dinners during the week-end. The fee also covers two trips to Berlin, one of which will be a cultural experience showing you Berlin's past in Cold War times. Unfortunately, we cannot cover your trip from your hometown to Genshagen and back.