The 2019 UNU-CRIS Summer School on “The European Union and the United Nations in Global Governance” will run from 17 to 28 June in Bruges, Belgium.
This two-week summer school will cover salient challenges related to global governance and explore how a regional integration scheme, such as the European Union, interacts with the United Nations in the provision of public goods, aiming to enhance the conditions for stability, sustainability, peace, and justice. It will focus on such themes as peace missions, climate change, migration, justice, and stable institutions.
Applications are being considered on a rolling basis until 31 March (although if the limited number of participant positions is filled prior to that date, no more applications will be accepted). Applications for a scholarship will close on 31 January.
The 2019 UNU-CRIS Summer School is open to Master’s and PhD students (and, in exceptional cases, advanced bachelor’s-level students). Students must have an excellent command of the English language
The tuition fee is €1600; this includes accommodation, course material, daily breakfast and lunches, and welcome and farewell dinners.
For more information, or to apply, see the summer school announcement on the UNU-CRIS website.