From 13 to 17 June 2022 NEXTEUK and Queen Mary University of London will organise their second Summer School in partnership with the University of London Institute in Paris (ULIP), the Directorate General for Communication and the European Parliamentary Research Service, and with Maison de l’Europe de Paris.
The Summer School entitled "What research agenda(s) for post-Brexit and post-Covid EU studies?" is a four-day programme comprised of a two-day academic retreat at the Jean Monnet House (Bazoches-sur-Guyonne), followed by a two-day programme at Queen Mary in Paris (ULIP). Participants will revisit the impact of Covid and Brexit on the EU. Debates on methodologies, theoretical challenges and empirical data will be addressed in order to fulfil what new research agendas emerge and will shape future research in the field of EU studies.
The NEXTEUK PhD Summer School offers a free-of-charge, intensive, multidisciplinary (political science, international relations, law, business and management etc.) and participatory programme at an advanced academic level, in which PhD students and early career researchers interested in European studies will be provided with a stimulating environment for intellectual exchange and academic training.
Please note that interested PhD students and early career researchers can apply until March 23th, 23.59.
Further information on the programme and how to apply is available on Queen Mary University of London's website.
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