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4 Jun 2012

Help for students attending the L'Europe en crise(s) summer school

The Ministère des Relations internationales (MRI) has just granted six bursaries to Québec students to help them attend the L'Europe en crise(s) summer school, which will take place from July 2 to 7 at Université de Montréal.

The recipients are:

  • Marianne Desjardins and Amélie Desrochers, M.Sc. students in international relations at Université de Montréal
  • Francis Halin, a student enrolled in the Certificate in Journalism program at Université de Montréal
  • Annie Poitevin, an M.Sc. student in international administration at ENAP
  • Audrée Ross and Marilyn Tremblay, students enrolled in the Integrated Bachelor’s Program in public affairs and international relations at Université Laval.

This 45-hour course is given by the Centre d'excellence sur l'Union Européenne (CEUE) for individuals interested in international issues, members of NGOs and the public service, diplomats, journalists, company executives and foreign and Québec students. This course can be credited.

The L’Europe en crise(s) summer school proposes to put the upheaval in Europe in recent years in perspective and analyze the medium- and long-term political and economic consequences. Guest lecturers include professors and researchers from the universities of Bordeaux, Lille, Victoria (BC), Montréal and Sherbrooke.

Various issues will be discussed:

  • What does the future hold for European institutions?
  • How do European interests measure up against national interests?
  • Does Europe still have economic and political leadership?
  • What are the consequences for Québec and Canada?

The Centre d'Excellence sur l'Union européenne of Université de Montréal and McGill University receives funding from MRI.

L'Europe en crise(s) summer school
Québec Government’s European Strategy
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