The CORE TOPICS are:
- Module I: European Integration (2 residential weeks in September 2007, Bolzano, Italy)
- Module II: EU Law (2 residential weeks in November 2007, Luxembourg)
- Module III: Federalism and Regionalism (2 residential weeks in January 2008, Graz, Austria)
- Module IV:Regional and Social Cohesion (2 residential weeks in April 2008, Barcelona, Spain)
- Module V: Minorities and Diversity (2 residential weeks in June 2008, Bolzano, Italy)
Applications can be made either to the full Programme or to single modules. In the latter case attendance of a module will lead to the award of a certificate.
Successful participants of the Master Programme will be awarded by the University of Graz the academic degree of a "Master of European Studies" (M.E.S.).
- Civil servants from local, regional or national administrations who are dealing with EU affairs and therefore require both theoretical and practical training in EU and regional issues;
- Lawyers, economists, social scientists and others in the employment of non-governmental organisations wishing to enhance inter-disciplinary skills and to specialise on different aspects of European integration, regionalism and diversity;
- Graduate students wishing to acquire a more in-depth understanding of EU and regional issues, beneficial for a future career in the academia or even practice-orientated work.
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION
The deadline for application for the academic year 2007/2008 is 1 June 2007.
START OF THE PROGRAMME
The first module of the academic year 2007/2008 will start on 3 September 2007.
Further information about the Programme as well as the application forms can be found at http://www.eurac.edu/meir
We would appreciate if you would disseminate information about the Masters Programme to anyone who may be interested in participating.
CONTACT European Academy of Bolzano Minorities and AutonomiesDrususallee/Viale Druso 1 I-39100 Bozen/Bolzano, Italy Phone: +39 0471 055 223
Fax: +39 0471 055 299 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, March 16, 2007
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