Published: 21 Jul 2017

European Summer School: troublemakers in troubled times

Each year the Czech-based EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy runs a week-long summer programme for students from across the world. In 2017 Prague College was once more proud to host and contribute to the 15th annual European Summer School.

The week-long programme was entitled "Challenged Union: Making Sense of the Troublemakers" and focused on current issues facing the European Union, especially Euroscepticism and its manifestations in member states.

Pictured with the students are lecturers from Prague College School of Business: Stefano Cavagnetto, Bruce Gahir, Marek Kocak and Sherrihan Radi (front row, right to left)

European Summer School - Europeum - School of Business

Europeum is a Czech-based think-tank that undertakes programme, project, publishing and training activities related to the European integration process. It strives to contribute to the long-lasting development of democracy, security, stability, freedom and solidarity across Europe.

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