1. Europaeum Study Trip to Brussels - 24-25 October 2019
Application deadline 10th September 2019
The Europaeum is looking for ten additional postgraduates to join this annual study trip to Brussels, organised in the framework of the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree European Politics and Society. It is a two-day trip to the core of the European Union institutional headquarters, consisting of a number of visits in various institutions related to the functioning of the European Union and Europe in general. It comprises meetings in the official EU institutions such as the European Commission, the Council, European External Action Service or the European Parliament, but also takes into account national representations as well as NGOs.
Students currently enrolled on master’s or PhD courses at a Europaeum member university can apply, and this includes those who have a confirmed place (2019 onwards) on a postgraduate degree at a member university. Successful candidates will be provided with accommodation free of charge and will be reimbursed reasonable travel expenses within Europe, with arrival in Brussels on 23 October.
Documents required by the deadline: a completed application form (see above); a brief statement how this trip relates to your academic work and how you envisage benefitting from it
a CV; a reference from your supervisor, or someone who can comment on your academic qualities from recent experience (this should also arrive by the deadline)
All applications and enquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]
2. NATO Model Event - 25-26 September 2019
The Department of Political and Social Sciences, in partnership with NATO Allied Commander Transformation HQ (ACT HQ), organizes on 25 and 26 September 2019 the thirteenth edition of the "NATO Model Event”. It is an activity of simulation that will involve n. 35 students who will have to decide how to act, as representatives of the States that they are part of the North Atlantic Council, in the event of a serious international crisis. The simulation model developed by NATO is considered a excellent excercise to put into practice what students have learned about the role of diplomacy in international relations. The NATO Model Event will take place in English and will involve no. 35 students, of which 24 are enrolled in the following courses: LM Relazioni Internazionali; LM Sviluppo locale e globale; Scienze LM Internazionali e diplomatiche; LM MIREES; LM Mass Media e Politica; LM International Politics and Markets; L. Scienze Internazionali e diplomatiche (3rd year)
to apply: http://www.dsps.unibo.it/it/avvisi/bando-per-la-selezione-di-13-studenti-per-partecipare-ad-una-simulazione-di-gestione-di-una-crisi-internazionale
for further information about past editions http://www.dsps.unibo.it/it/nato/act-unibo-nato-model-event
for enquiries firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]
Published on: July 17 2019