On 1 and 2 December 2023, the Natolin students and staff will engaged in a two-day study visit to the Former German Nazi Concentration and Extermination Camp Auschwitz-Birkenau. This was the final...
The course targets:
- Communication managers, independent communication consultants/ experts working in EU-related activities and/or EU-funded projects and programmes;
- Staff of EU-funded projects: project managers and managerial positions in consultancies, educational institutions, cultural institutions, communication agencies, communication experts, research centres, etc.;
- Staff from NGOs, lobbying firms, political parties, media (journalists, editors both freelance or on the pay-roll), interest representation organisations, and public administrations from Member States;
- Other professionals and academics working in an EU related-environment and dealing with communication, from both EU and non-EU countries.
Participants should have a university degree, a very good command of English and some relevant work experience.
Seats for this course are limited, in order to ensure an optimal interactive environment that fosters discussions and facilitates networking.
The College of Europe reserves the right to select participants based on their academic and professional profile.
Our former participants say:
“Expanding one’s network and the exchange of practices was great. Good overview of the communication in the EU environment”.
“Wonderful opportunity to get out of the bubble for three days and work on your own expertise together with like-minded professionals who are eager to learn”.
The sessions are delivered by high-level professionals from the expert network of the College of Europe, which comprises academics and practitioners with a sound experience in the field of communication.
Our trainers are looking forward to meeting you!
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