- The Migration Summer School program of ELGS - European Law and Governance School is open for Practitioners, NGO Professionals, Researchers & Post-Graduate Students of all disciplines (i.e. Sociology, Social Policy, International Relations, Human Rights, and Economics et al.)
- Meet key academics and experts working in the field
- The two days of on-Site visits to Reception facilities and NGOs will not be conducted this year due to the COVID-19 precaution measures. Extra lectures have been added to the program
- Doctoral students and researchers will have the opportunity to present their PhD/research at the PhD Seminar.
This program will offer participants insights into migration in Europe, highlighting its growing relevance for the worldwide discussion on migration and refugee integration policies and combating social exclusion in Europe. It will help them develop a broad theoretical and practical understanding of contemporary migration in Europe and the challenges faced by migrants and refugees, in relation to social exclusion and integration, with emphasis on the current situation in Europe.On a scientific level the program aims to develop arguments in relevance to social exclusion and integration in the context of migrant and refugee movements, to assess the implementation of policies, the causes and effects of the migration and refugee flows on European societies of reception and on the migrant/refugee populations themselves and to provide motivation for further research in the field.
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- In this context, the course 4rth Migration Summer School (MIGSS): Precarious integration? Migrants, Refugees, Rights & Policies has been carefully designed and developed to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of issues regarding the integration of migrants, asylum seekers and refugees in Europe.
- The summer school gives participants a theoretical and practical understanding of contemporary migration in Europe, with particular focus on the current situation. This will be achieved through lectures and discussions led by internationally acknowledged professors and experts. This program is organized in collaboration with the European Public Law Organization (EPLO), and will be implemented at the EPLO’s premises at Sounion, Greece.
- 6 days
- 30 hrs/week
Start dates & application deadlines
- Apply before
- Fully structured
- No Attendance, Regular mandatory meetings
- Proactive tutoring and support
- Individual work/assignments (with online group discussions)
DisciplinesSociology International Law Legal Studies
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
We are not aware of any English requirements for this programme.
- An updated CV
- Letter of motivation in English
- Applicants are welcome from the postgraduate level and up, PhD candidates, researchers, NGO professionals. Doctoral students and researchers will have the opportunity to present their PhD/research at the PhD Seminar, pending a minimum of five students are enrolled in the seminar.
International585 EUR/fullTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 585 EUR for the full programme during 6 days.
National585 EUR/fullTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 585 EUR for the full programme during 6 days.
- 585€ for those attending the taught program.
- 490€ for those attending the online synchronous e-learning mode.
Living costs for Athens
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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Updated in the last 6 months
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