International Summer School â€žEnergyâ€, - Iasi, ROMANIA (August 29 â€“ September 5, 2010) (ISS - Security and C)
|Event Date/Time: Aug 29, 2010||End Date/Time: Sep 05, 2010|
|Registration Date: Aug 15, 2010|
|Early Registration Date: Aug 15, 2010|
|Abstract Submission Date: Aug 15, 2010|
|Paper Submission Date: Aug 15, 2010|
Faculty of Philosophy and Social-Political Sciences
Department of Political Science, International Relations and European Studies
The 1st Edition of the
International Summer School
â€žEnergy, Security and Cultural Dialogueâ€
IaÅŸi, ROMANIA (August 29 â€“ September 5, 2010)
Topics and lecturers
The first edition of our Summer School will include lectures, discussions, workshops on environmental issues of European security and international efforts on EU policies regarding energy, challenges generated by diversity in global context and many other issues on the international agenda. Classes will be held by internationally renowned specialists, ministers, parliamentarians and university lecturers.
30 students, master graduates, doctoral candidates, researchers, young professionals from Romania, Moldova, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Georgia, Albania and Serbia and other Western Balkan states. We seek active people, open and creative. The working language will be English, so a good command of English is essential.
How to apply
Send a complete application package, i.e. filled-in application form, your CV and motivation letter (one single page), to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org (put word â€œapplicationâ€ into the mail subject). The deadline for receiving your application is August 15, 2010. You will receive the information on your acceptance within one week after this deadline. If accepted you will be provided with complete details regarding the summer school.
Participants will cover:
â€¢ individual travel and accommodation expenses (rooms on the â€žAkademosâ€ Hotel University at a moderate price);
â€¢ participation fee - 30 EUR;
â€¢ in the case of participants from other countries, medical insurance and any visa fees.
Department of Political Science,
International Relations and European Studies
Carol I Ave, no. 11, code 700506
T:+40 (232) 201286