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21 May 2013

Registration for CERIUM international summer schools

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CERIUM’s international summer schools, aimed at students and citizens who want to understand our changing world, are back!

In collaboration with the Université de Montréal’s faculty of arts and sciences and faculty of law, CERIUM (UdeM’s international studies and research centre) will be holding seven seminars in Montréal from July 8 to 13, 2013, on important international themes:

  • The Scandinavian model: Tools for success
  • Democracy at a turning point
  • Diplomacy, defence and international security
  • Natural resources: A planet in your hands
  • Canadian and Québec Aboriginal literature: Thoughts on politics and culture
  • The United States caught up in today’s’ crises: Decline or adaptation?
  • Fragile states, conflicts and interventions: Focus on the Malian crisis

Interest in international issues

Over the past eight years, a growing number of citizens and students interested in international issues have signed up for CERIUM’s intensive, six-day summer schools. The seminars each feature about a dozen experts, and are aimed at members of NGOs, lawyers, journalists, corporate executives, interested citizens, graduate students and final-year bachelor’s students.

People can sign up for a full week or a single day.

Support for research

The Ministère des Relations internationales, de la Francophonie et du Commerce extérieur (MRIFCE) is one of CERIUM’s partners. It supports the activities of the Chair on U.S. studies – policies and economics and the Chair on contemporary Mexican studies.

The MRIFCE also supports two research units associated with CERIUM, namely the Pôle de recherche sur l’Inde et l’Asie du Sud (Indian and Southeast Asian research hub) and the Centre d'études de l'Asie de l'Est (East Asian studies centre).

2013 CERIUM summer schools (in French)
Registration and fees (in French)
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