The summer school focuses on the EU relations with its Southern and Eastern neighbours placing emphasis on the opportunities of cooperation, especially in the fields of trade and energy as well as on the challenges of this cooperation in the fields of foreign affairs and migration. Experts coming from the academia/or and international institutions will explain the instruments through which the EU supports and seeks to influence its neighbours as well as the achievements and failures of the European Neighbourhood Policy.
The summer school also aims to attract students coming from the “neighbours of EU neighbours” in order for them to learn the principles and the strategy underlying the EU relations with its neighbours.
The EU and its neighbours - challenges and opportunities of cooperation course is offered at University of Pisa.
It is based on lectures of two/three hours and simulation games given in English and offered by professors and experts in law, political science or economics. The students will be provided with reading material and will be asked to take a final exam. The total number of hours (including simulation games) of the summer school is 28/30.
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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