The European Union, the United Nations and Global Governance
Costs for the Summer School are Euro 1500 (this includes the lectures and activities, a welcome dinner and the transfer to EU institutions in Brussels). Students are responsible for their own housing arrangements.
The Summer School can also be attended online. The fee for this is Euro 460. This includes all lectures, seminars and the simulation game, but excludes visits to institutions in The Hague and in Brussels, as these will be in-person.
This summer programme is supported by the European Union’s Jean Monnet program.
Two partial scholarships of Euro 750 will be made available based on merit and need, with support by the Jean Monnet program. Students who would like to be considered for a partial scholarship must state this clearly in their motivation letter. The application deadline for these candidates is 18 March 2022 (with candidates being notified about the decision by 8 April 2022).
Location and programme
The summer school will be held at Leiden University, Wijnhaven Building, Turfmarkt 99 in The Hague.
The final programme will be published closer in time to the summer school.
At the end of the course, participants receive a certificate of participation. An additional statement regarding the amount of ECTS credits can be issued. Please note that the document is not an official transcript and that it is the student’s responsibility to validate the course for credit at their home university. Keeping in mind that 1 ECTS equals 28 study hours, we value the summer school on The European Union, The United Nations and Global Governance to be representing 5 ECTS.
If you have any questions, please contact Audrey Vrolijk via: EUGOV@fgga.leidenuniv.nl