Poland, Warsaw

Poland and the European Union

when 9 July 2018 - 15 July 2018
language English
duration 1 week
credits 4.5 ECTS
fee EUR 450

CIFE invites students and young professionals to apply for its one-week Summer University course on the topic of "Poland and the European Union". This Summer University programme aims to foster a dialogue on the present and future state of energy security in the Baltic Sea region in general, and the place of Poland in this field in particular. In order to enhance the comprehension on this particular issue, we link the economic factors with the social and political implications of the current EU environmental policy and its consequences on the baltic region.

Some of the proposed topics of this Summer programme are:

*Historical and cultural presentation of Poland and its position in the European area.
*The position of Poland and its economy in the European Arena.
*Cross-border cooperation. The strategy of the EU in the Baltic sea Area. : Visit FRONTEX
*Energy security in Central and Eastern Europe.
*Energy Policy: Sustainable development as a vector of growth in the Polish economy.
*Environmental policy of the EU, environmental cooperation in the Baltic Region.

Working language: English 
Location: Warsaw, Poland 
Dates: 9-15 July 2018
ECTS: 4,5

Target group

Are eligible to take part in the programme:

- Graduate Students

- Motivated young researchers/professionals

- Undergraduate Students interested in European subjects (from 2nd year of studies onwards).

Course aim

The CIFE Summer University is known for its level of excellence, the high level of both academic speakers and practitioners and the active involvement of the participants to all discussions and debates. This outstanding experience will certainly provide the participants with interesting exchanges and a useful learning experience, deep EU expertise and relevant output for their CV.

Credits info

4.5 ECTS
ECTS credits available for this programme.

Fee info

EUR 450: This amount (450 Euros) applies to participants who are able to justify their status as a student and who are not in need of a visa.
The fee includes the accommodation in a student residence or guest house, all workshops, lectures, working-lunch, reception and the farewell meal. It excludes the flight tickets and other expenses of the students.
For those who do not meet either of the requirements, please contact us for more information regarding the fees you would pay.


A limited number of scholarships is available for particularly qualified candidates.