Deadline: 19 April 2018
Open to: MA and PhD students, graduated researchers, young experts, early-career professionals of international relations, political science, security studies, economics, and related social sciences, aged 23-35, primarily for V4 countries, the Western Balkans and Eastern Partnership countries
Venue: 2-13 July 2018, Budapest, Hungary
The Summer School in 2018 will examine the Visegrad Cooperation and its regional environment from a variety of perspectives with the help of scholars and internationally-acknowledged senior experts. To highlight NATO priority topics, AJSS will bring together a range of experts on security policies, enabling them to offer an insight into and discuss not only the future of the Euro-Atlantic Cooperation in general, but also the V4’s role in it. The discussions will focus on questions such as the most important current security threats, cyber-security, possibilities of defense cooperation, and the biggest challenges of border control. Although AJSS is mainly about the Central European region, we put great emphasis on our wider neighborhood as well. The current trends in the V4’s foreign relations and the shifting regional cooperation are of particular importance. During the two weeks of the Summer School, the most significant issues affecting the Western Balkan and Eastern Partnership countries will be discussed.
- MA and Ph.D. students, graduated researchers, young experts, early-career professionals of international relations, political science, security studies, economics, and related social sciences, aged 23-35, primarily for V4 countries, the Western Balkans and Eastern Partnership countries;
- Eligible countries: Albania, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Georgia, Hungary, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, the Czech Republic, and Ukraine;
- Applications from any other country not listed above are also welcome, however, they are not eligible for a full scholarship.
Scholarships are granted automatically upon acceptance. You do not have to apply for them.
The scholarship includes: accommodation (breakfast included), lunch, accompanying programmes, travel, insurance.
Registration Fee: 80 EUR – The registration fee shall be transferred to their account only after you are admitted to the Summer School – all applicants are bound to pay the registration fee, regardless of nationality or financial status.
How to apply?
In order to apply, please fill the application.
For more information, please visit the official web page.