The first week in BRUSSELS (3rd to 9th July) emphasises the various decision-making actors and also looks at the implementation process at national level. Lectures by senior academics and high-level officials are complemented with study visits to the main EU institutions.

The second week takes place in VIENNA (9th to 14th July), where a team of experts offers in-depth knowledge on EU foreign relations.

Apt to its location in Brussels, the summer school examines issues of governance and the involvement of stakeholders. This is further emphasised in the programme’s spotlight on Brexit. The UK’s departure from the EU questions the aim of the European project.

From exploring the heart of Europe to learning the intricacies of the EU – this experience has been unforgettable.Zainab Khawaja
BS Public Administration