CEPS progressing in preparing its advanced degree module in EU policies

The Integrated Programme in European Policy Studies (IPEPS), launched in 2015, is now entering a promising phase. In the last few months, CEPS has established a partnership with nine universities across Europe, namely Corvinus University, Erasmus University, HTW (Berlin), LUISS, SAIS, University of Duisburg-Essen, University of Edinburg, University of Lisbon and University of Trento. It is now in the process of preparing an 8-week module based in Brussels, which will be fully integrated into the master’s degree programmes of the partner universities. CEPS researchers will lead interactive classes, which will also entail lectures by invited officials from the EU institutions and by Brussels-based practitioners. The classes cover a broad set of topics related to EU policies, ranging from the economy, financial regulation and energy to climate change, migration and labour mobility.

More information at www.ceps.eu/IPEPS