Academic Chairs

College of Europe European Energy Policy Chair

The College of Europe has launched a Chair on European energy policy at its Bruges campus, thanks to the generous support of the ALCOA Foundation. With its carefully selected multinational student body, close relations with the EU policy-making context and stimulating and truly “European” intellectual climate, the College of Europe is ideally placed to satisfy the demand for a new generation graduates with specific training on energy and climate issues, as well a forum of excellence for research and debate in these fields.  » more information
 

European Civilisation Chair

Thanks to the support of the European Union, and in particular the European Parliament, the Natolin campus of the College of Europe in Warsaw created the European Civilization Chair in memory of Professor Bronisław Geremek †. The mission of the Chair is to teach and encourage reflection on recent European history within the wider context of European Civilization, in the conviction that understanding Europe's past helps us to imagine and shape Europe's future. In particular, there is a focus on twentieth-century Europe's division and reunification. This is in keeping both with Professor Geremek's achievements as a medieval historian and the role he played in Poland and in Europe both before and after the fall of Communism.  » more information
 

European Neighbourhood Policy Chair

Rooted in an initiative by the European Parliament, the Natolin campus of the College of Europe created the European Neighbourhood Policy Chair which became operational on 1 July 2012. The mission of the Chair is to teach and encourage reflection on EU and EU member states' foreign policies towards the EU’s eastern and southern neighbourhood and to familiarize students with the multi-facetted security-related, political and socio-economic developments and structures in both neighbourhoods.   » more information

Jan Tinbergen Chair for European Economics

Chair held by Phedon NICOLAIDES, Director of Studies of the European Economic Studies Programme.
 

Baillet Latour Chair of European Union-China Relations

The Baillet Latour Chair of European Union-China Relations in the Department of EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies has been created in response to the growing interest in Europe's relations with the emerging great power that is China.  » more information

Contact: Professor Jing MEN, Ph.D.
 

Fulbright-NATO Security Studies Chair

The Fulbright-NATO Security Studies award allows the grantee to spend a semester at the College of Europe, teaching courses in the European Political and Administrative Studies programme and in the International Relations and Diplomacy programme as well as advise students for their thesis.  » more information
 

Fulbright-Schuman Chair in US-EU Relations

The Fulbright Schuman Programme funds the Chair in US-EU Relations at the College of Europe in Bruges. This ten-month fellowship allows the grantee to pursue independent research in one semester. In the other semester, he/she will lead a course in the framework of a Master's programme to a very select and international group of postgraduate students. This course will help promote the students' understanding of relations between the US and the EU.  » more information

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