Summer School In Budapest

The Antall József Knowledge Centre inviting young people to apply for its annual Summer School. The event will be held in Budapest, from 3rd to 14th of July. Deadline to apply is March 31st.

The Antall József Summer School is a two-week alternative educational programme putting under scrutiny the most pivotal cooperation of the Central European region, the Visegrad Cooperation. Many aspects of this partnership are examined during the event including history, foreign and security policy, economy policy, energy policy, innovation, culture and tourism, and the question of sustainability via lectures, workshops, debates and roundtable discussions.

Main criteria

  • All applicants should provide a Proof of English Proficiency (Language Certificate Required, minimum level: B2);
  • Applications are accepted from people aged 21-35;
  • V4 countries, the CEI, Western Balkan, and Eastern Partnership member states.

Registration fee is 80 EUR. There are number of scholarships available to cover accommodation, meals and travel expanses.

In order to apply, please fiil in the application form.

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