MINELRES: Master Programme in European Integration and Regionalism 2005-2006: deadline open

MINELRES moderator minelres@lists.microlink.lv
Wed Mar 16 13:13:22 2005

Original sender: Constantin Sergiu <Sergiu.Constantin@eurac.edu> 

Dear all,

We have the pleasure to inform you about the launching of the third
academic year of the Master Programme in European Integration and
Regionalism - MEIR (http://www.eurac.edu/Events/meir/index.htm) 


The programme is offered by the University of Graz (www.kfunigraz.ac.at)
and implemented in cooperation with the European Academy of Bolzano
(www.eurac.edu/org/Minorities/index.htm) and the European Institute of
Public Administration, Antenna Luxembourg and Barcelona (www.eipa.nl).



- Module I: Bolzano - European Integration (2 residential weeks in
August/September 2005)

- Module II: Luxembourg - EU Law (2 residential weeks in November 2005)

- Module III: Graz - Federalism and Regionalism (2 residential weeks in
January 2006)

- Module IV: Barcelona - Regional and Social Cohesion (2 residential
weeks in April 2006)

- Module V: Bolzano - Minority Protection and Cultural Diversity (2
residential weeks in June 2006)


Two of the five modules will take place in Bolzano (Italy), one in
Luxembourg (Luxembourg), one in Graz (Austria) and one in Barcelona
(Spain). A limited number of scholarships is available. 

Applications can be made either to the full programme or to single
modules. In the latter case attendance of a module will lead to the
award of a certificate.  



Successful participants of the Master programme will be awarded by the
University of Graz the academic degree of a "Master of European Studies"



-     Civil servants from local, regional or national administrations
who primarily work with EU law and therefore require both theoretical
and practical training in EU and regional issues; 

-     Lawyers, economists, social scientists and others in the
employment of non-governmental organisations wishing to enhance
inter-disciplinary skills and to specialise on different aspects of
European integration, regionalism and diversity; 

-     Graduate students wishing to acquire a more in-depth understanding
of EU and regional issues, beneficial for a future career in the
academia or even practice-orientated work. 



For the academic year 2005/2006: 31 May 2005.



The first module of the academic year 2005/2006 will start on 29 August


Further information about the programme as well as the application form
can be found at http://www.eurac.edu/Events/meir/index.htm


We would appreciate if you would disseminate information about the
Masters programme to anyone who may be interested in participating.
Please excuse any cross-posting.


European Academy of Bolzano 
Minorities and Autonomies
Drususallee/Viale Druso 1 
I-39100 Bozen/Bolzano, Italy 
Phone: +39 0471 055 200 
FAX: +39 0471 055 299 
email: meir@eurac.edu