Good evening Europe, the votes are in!

With the votes of the European Parliamentary elections of 23-26 May 2019 counted, the political playing cards at the European level have been reshuffled!

Before, during and after the European elections, many questions were raised by both the public and practitioners: 

  • Would voter turnout for the European elections remain stable as it did in 2014 or would the European Parliament receive another blow to its legitimacy?
  • Has fake news affected the outcome of the elections and how is the European Union trying to counteract its influence?
  • Who will become the next European Commission President and how will the priorities of the Juncker Commission affect the working plan of the new Commission?

Do you want to know the answer to all of these questions? Join us this summer for the Intensive Seminar on the EU and choose between the three-, two- or one-week programmes depending on your knowledge and experience.

Find below featured sessions of each of the programmes!
1-19 July - Classic three-week programme:
'The Challenge of Democracy and Legitimacy in the EU' with Christopher LORD
Full programme
8-19 July – Advanced two-week programme:
'Fake News in the EU' with Carme COLOMINA
Full programme
8-12 July Compact one-week programme:
'Juncker’s legacy: looking ahead to 2020-2024' with Ryan HEATH
Full programme

We’re looking forward to meeting you this summer!
For more information do not hesitate to write to us at intensiveseminar [at]

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