Be an early bird and register now for the summer courses on EU Affairs at the College of Europe in Bruges!

The College of Europe in Bruges is thrilled to announce its upcoming 2024 summer courses, offering an exceptional opportunity to delve into EU affairs, connect with professionals from various sectors, and experience the many attractions of Bruges.

Choose among this year’s courses and boost your career! By registering before 31 March 2024, you can benefit from the 10%  early bird discount (other discounts are available; check them out on the course’s web pages below).

The residential format of the summer courses ensures a unique opportunity to build lasting connections while enjoying Bruges' cultural and social offerings. Join the College of Europe in Bruges this summer and enrich your understanding of EU affairs by learning from top-tier experts and practitioners and networking with peers with different expertise and backgrounds.

This specialised and hands-on training programme aims to familiarise participants with the objectives of Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) and effective methodologies. It comprehensively explores the core principles and methods essential for EU-funded projects.

This seminar offers three distinct training programmes covering theoretical, practical, and insightful aspects of the EU, its policies, and priorities.

Explore the latest in EU energy policy, including insights into the Fit for 55 package and the post-electoral context after the 2024 European Parliament elections.

The course provides its participants with a deep understanding of the latest developments in EU competition law and the essential tools necessary to master legal complexities and overcome challenges at work.

Understand how competition policy can be an effective tool to further the objective of a Digital Single Market in the European Union, promoting competitive markets, fostering innovation, and generally enhancing market efficiency.

A unique opportunity to get an update on the latest developments within the railway sector on a European level and establish networks among colleagues from railway-related organisations.