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Join the 20th Migration Summer School at the European University Institute in Florence (Scholarship available)

Join the 20th Migration Summer School at the European University Institute in Florence (Scholarship available)

The Migration Summer School, now in its 20th edition, is calling for applications. This unique opportunity, hosted at the European University Institute in Florence, Italy, offers an immersive experience in global migration governance. If you’re passionate about international migration, asylum, and mobility, don’t miss your chance to apply for this enriching two-week program.

Key Information:

  • 📅 Dates: June 24 to July 5, 2024
  • 📍 Location: European University Institute, Florence, Italy
  • 🌐 Format: Daily seminars, plenary sessions, group exercises, and more (follow #MPCSummerSchool for updates)

Why Attend? Participating in the Migration Summer School provides a unique platform to:

  • Enhance your understanding of migration-related issues.
  • Collaborate with experts from various disciplines.
  • Develop critical perspectives on global migration governance.
  • Network with professionals from around the world.

Who Should Apply? Civil servants, journalists, teachers, researchers, and professionals from intergovernmental and governmental agencies working in migration-related areas are encouraged to apply.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Relevant Master’s degree or equivalent experience.
  • Strong professional background in international migration.
  • Excellent English language skills (speaking and writing).
  • Availability to attend the entire 2-week program.

Fees and Scholarships:

  • 💶 Fee: €2500 (inclusive of tuition, course materials, library access, wifi, social activities, lunches, and coffee breaks).
  • 🎓 Scholarships: Seven scholarships covering fees, travel, and accommodation will be awarded based on merit.

How to Apply: Complete and submit the application form by February 29, 2024. For inquiries, contact migration@eui.eu.

Course Focus and Format: The Migration Summer School will cover eight substantive topics, blending scientific expertise with a problem-oriented approach for critical engagement. The format includes daily seminars, pre-recorded content, plenary sessions, individual and group-based assignments, panels, drop-in sessions, and a certificate of participation.

Collaborative Experience: Expect around 60 hours of contact time, supported by a variety of background materials. Small working groups will meet regularly, facilitating active exchanges between participants and lecturers.

Don’t miss this opportunity to engage in a collaborative learning experience, network with global professionals, and deepen your understanding of migration governance. Apply now for the 20th Migration Summer School!

 

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