Program Details

How to apply? Students’ pre-selection will be based on an application containing the following documents that must be submitted in English and .pdf format: 1. CV - Curriculum vitae; 2. Letter of motivation where the applicants are required to explain t
Location:
Cambridge, United Kingdom
Program Type:
Study Abroad
Degree Level:
Undergraduate
Term:
Summer

Program Overview

Program Description:
European Political Identity at the Crossroads: Advancing European Integration EucA offers the chance to 20 university students to spend two weeks at the Newnham College – University of Cambridge.

How to apply? Students’ pre-selection will be based on an application containing the following documents that must be submitted in English and .pdf format: 1. CV - Curriculum vitae; 2. Letter of motivation where the applicants are required to explain their interest in the topics of the Summer School, previous knowledge (if any), and what do they hope to achieve by participating (between 200/600 words); 3. Essay on one of the topics proposed by EucA (between 800/1600 words). You can find the topics downloading the call from our website. The deadline to send the applications is on May 3rd 2015.

Some of the Speakers are: Riccardo Ribera d’Alcalá, Director-General of the Directorate General Internal Policies of the Union at the European Parliament Hon. Judge O’ Caoimh, Judge at the European Court of Justice. Sir Anthony Brenton, former UK Ambassadors to the Russian Federation
Setting Description:
Students will live like local students, living in a Cambridge College and sharing formal and informal moments with their lecturers. Students will attend 3 seminars per day and will enjoy a rich programme of Soft Skills development (public speaking, team-working, negotiation, communication skills, conflict management, analysis skill, creativity, research and information management skills). There is also a recreational programme that includes a visit to London, punting on the river Cam, a chamber music concert.
Cost:
Students are requested to contribute with a quota of 400 euros or 800 euros according to the country they come from. The expense that EucA sustains for each student for the whole Summer School is 3,500 euros. The difference between the student quota and the real cost is covered by grants. The costs of trip to Cambridge and other weekend activities (trip to London, punting on the river Cam etc) are not included in the participation fee and they are not mandatory for students.

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