Jean Monnet Module - EU Environmental Policies & Law (POLLEN)
Next edition - February 11 to 23, 2019 - Brussels
Admission Criteria & Enrolment
To ensure the quality of the interaction between the participants and the speakers, staggered hours courses (from 15h30 to 19h30 during two weeks including two Saturday mornings) use the smal-class size. The POLLEN - Jean Monnet Module is open to up to 30 participants and it is aimed at:
Master students (1st and 2nd year) and PhD students from humanities and social sciences and/or to those whose fields of specialisation do not include European Studies (i.e Life Sciences, Bioengineering).
Policymakers and practitioners (think tanks, environmental NGOs, etc.) seeking to build up or refresh their knowledge of EU environmental studies. Policymakers are likely to come from administrations at different levels.
National and regional administrations are targeted since they are concerned by the implementation of EU environmental legislations at these levels.
European institutions (European Commission DG AGRI, CLIMA, ENVI, and MEPs in relevant Committees AGRI, ENVI, ITRE) are targeted as they might be interested in conceptual reflections on their work.
All courses are taught in English. Even though applicants are not required to present an official certificate of language proficiency, they have to be fluent in English in order to follow the course, actively participate in classroom discussions and interact with other participants.
Knowledge on EU Affairs
Participating students, practitioners and policymakers should already have followed at least one introductory course on European governance or have a sound experience in EU affairs to apply for the programme.
To apply for the programme, please complete the 2019 APPLICATION FORM and send it to the POLLEN Project Officer by email. Please note that the number of participants is limited. Only applications duly completed will be evaluated.
September 1, 2018: Applications open. EARLY REGISTRATION FEES for those who will apply before November 15, 2018
December 15, 2018: Deadline for applications
Early enrolment is strongly encouraged as the number of participants is limited. Your application will be processed within two weeks of receipt of the complete form.