The College of Europe and the Institute of European Studies at the Jagiellonian University have the pleasure to invite you to an online meeting with the College of Europe representative Nicolas Nizowicz as well as Sabine Volk, Research Fellow at EU H2020's FATIGUE and College of Europe in Natolin Alumna.
The meeting will take place online on Tuesday 10 November 2020 at 13:15 via the Zoom platform:
The meeting is organised on the occasion of the opening of applications for the academic year 2021/2022 at the College of Europe.
During the meeting, Nicolas Nizowicz and Sabine Volk will share their experience as College of Europe alumni and will present the educational offer of the College, recruitment process as well as scholarship schemes.
Every year, more than 70% of College of Europe students are awarded full or partial scholarships by their national or regional governments, private actors, or by the College of Europe itself thanks to the support of European Institutions.
Candidates from Poland can apply for scholarships offered by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The College of Europe is the oldest institute of postgraduate European studies. It was established in 1949 in Bruges on the initiative of the Hague Congress. In 1992, on the invitation of the Polish Government, a campus of the College of Europe was founded in Natolin, Warsaw. Both campuses bring together each year more than 400 postgraduate students and young professionals from over 50 countries who live, learn and experience Europe together.
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We look forward to meeting you on Tuesday 10 November!