Academic programJuly 14th - July 24th 2018
The programme of this year’s European Summer School will revolve around the possible scenarios for the future developments of the EU.
Should the EU become more federalized, or should the Member States have more competencies for themselves? What reforms should be made? How will Brexit affect the EU and Britain? And how will future challenges influence the Union? The summer school will explore these questions and more.
The lectures and workshops will cover the following themes:
- economic and monetary union
- defence and security policy
- populism and euroscepticism
- Brexit and post-Brexit EU
- multi-speed Europe
- V4 perspective