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Location: NICE - France
TopicLeading in Times of crisis
Date:  18 to 30 September 2017
Working language: English
ECTS credits: 6

Application deadline:
- 30 June 2017
for general applications
- 30 May 2017 for scholarship applications (accompanied by a letter of motivation)

Tuition fees: 895 €

Download the programme here

Week 1 : Understanding the map
In the first week, interdisciplinary workshops and lectures will provide the students with
the toolbox necessary to understand today’s crisis in the EU and the international system.

Week 2 : Finding your way out: tomorrow's solutions
An intensive week of practical insights – acquiring the skills and competences for:
Developing leadership skills
Practising multi-level negotiations with a real case simulation
Finding concrete solutions to existing problems
Possibility to follow French conversation classes

Understanding and tackling the challenges facing the EU and the World with a focus on the refugee crisis.
A two-week seminar for tomorrow's leaders in Nice, France

The world is witnessing the biggest refugee crisis since the Second World War and facing several serious challenges: the future of Turkey and of the Turkey & EU relations, Brexit, the Rise of Populism…
Tomorrow’s leaders should understand the existing structures and problems and develop the necessary skills to cope with them. This two-week long seminar equips participants with the competences to negotiate, manage and find answers to large-scale international challenges with a special focus on the refugee crisis.

The programme consists of lectures and seminars led by prominent experts in the fields of International Relations, European Studies and Project Management. It is complemented by a simulation game. During their time in Nice, participants will have the opportunity to take part in cultural and social activities and to visit Monaco on a one-day trip.

For enquiries and registration contact : summerschool@cife.eu

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