The 2010/2011 Programme will consist of the following activities:
•Two-week Summer Academy in Austria and Slovakia in September 2010 The curriculum will include topics related to the European Union and the development of its relations with Southeast Europe, as well as wider issues of international and economic relations. Practical training components focusing on negotiations, project management and presentation skills will provide participants with essential leadership qualities
•Joint activities, between November 2010 and March 2011: The participants will work together in small groups to develop and implement a joint activity or an event in Southeast Europe.
•Final five-day seminar in Belgium (Brussels/Bruges), in April 2011: The programme will include working visits to the EU institutions and NATO in Brussels and classes in the campus of the College of Europe in Bruges. (more…)