The Ministère des Relations internationales will award six $500 grants to Québec students who enrol in the “L’Europe en crise(s)” summer school to be held from July 2 to 7 at Université de Montréal.
Organized by the European Union Centre of Excellence (EUCE), the 45-hour course is aimed above all at citizens interested in international issues, members of non-governmental organizations, public servants, diplomats, journalists, corporate managers and foreign and Québec students. Participants in the course are eligible for university credits.
Guest speakers and themes
“L’Europe en crise(s)” will put the past few years of agitation in Europe into perspective and analyse the medium- and long-range political and economic impact of this turmoil. A number of guest speakers have been invited, including professors and researchers from universities in Bordeaux and Lille, France, and Victoria, British Columbia, as well as Montréal and Sherbrooke.
The summer school will explore questions such as the following: