Do you feel to visit the European Institutions and study at the same time this summer? Welcome to the Sciences Po Lille’s Summer School!!
When? 6 July 2015 – 17 July 2015 * Duration? 2 weeks * Credits? 6 ECTS * Fee? EUR 1900
Sciences Po’s Summer School is open to International students from around the world, students from Partner Universities and Sciences Po Lille students.
Eligible for the Summer School:
Student Currently enrolled in an accredited college/university
• 1. Undergraduate : mandatory “European Affairs background”
• 2. Postgraduate : GPA 2.5 or above
• 3. Selection of partner’s University
Science Po Lille partner universities’ International Offices are asked to nominate their students via email to email@example.com from February 2 to April 6, 2015.
The program will be an opportunity for students to attend courses dealing with institutional, economical as well as diplomatic issues/questions. International academics will propose modules (taught in English) covering a large range of current EU challenges. Courses consist of classroom sessions held on each weekday except on the field trip to Brussels on July 14, 2015. Local cultural visits, various social events will be offered to the students as well as conferences, a visit of Lille, a study trip to Brussels and the EU institutions. Classes are held from Monday 6 to Friday 17 July 2015 inclusive with morning (core module) and afternoon (option) sessions. Participants may choose between two courses of specialty. Mornings will be dedicated to EU affairs orientated and the afternoons will be dedicated to Diplomacy or Political Economy orientated.
The course I will teach
• What do we know about the values of the Europeans today?
The European Union is a very complex political structure unifying a large range of cultures, from the North to the South, from the West to the East. Few citizens are sharing exclusively a European identity, even though European citizens enjoy largely the benefits of the Union (common currency, freedom of movement, peace…). The diversity of such a large union justifies the various studies held on social and political values of the European citizens. What do we learn from those studies? Is it possible to synthesize this information and to draw a specific knowledge? Recent books, surveys like the European Values Study will guide us during this week in the elaboration of a diverse image of the values share by “the” Europeans beyond regional or generational cleavages.