Belgium, Brussels

The Law of EU External Relations

when 27 June 2016 - 1 July 2016
language English
duration 1 week
fee EUR 250

CLEER and the T.M.C. Asser Instituut present their third intensive one-week summer school in EU External Relations Law, hosted by Maastricht University in the European capital of Brussels

The programme will comprise interactive lectures delivered by renowned academic experts, workshops led by experienced practitioners and excursions to the EU institutions, enabling participants to glean first-hand experience of how theory is transformed into practice.

What does the programme offer to you?
1. Extensive knowledge of the core actors and instruments forming the foundations of the EU's external action
2. Deep understanding of legal and policy issues in key fields including the ENP, Trade, Development, Environment, CFSP/CSDP, and AFSJ.
3. Simulating debate on current EU external policy challenges such as the EU refugee crisis and counter-terrorism efforts.
4. First-hand experience of life at the heart of the EU, along with fantastic networking opportunities.

Target group

Students, civil servants or practitioners with an academic background or practical experience in law, political science or international relations can participate.

Fee info

EUR 250: Students:
•Applicants are encouraged to submit their application (i.e. CV & motivation letter) as soon as possible, but definitely by 6 May 2016 to Melissa Beltgens. You will receive a confirmation in due course.
•€ 250 for 5 days (covering all lunches & opening dinner on Monday 27 June).
•It is not possible to participate for one day.
•Eight scholarships are available for students, waiving the tuition fee which will be awarded on the basis of merit and financial need.
EUR 500: Professionals:
•€ 500 for 5 days (covering all lunches & opening dinner on Monday 27 June).
•Daily attendance is also possible at € 100 per day (including lunch).

Scholarships

Eight scholarships are available for students, waiving the tuition fee which will be awarded on the basis of merit and financial need.