Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum

Call for applications - Warsaw Euro-Atlantic Summer Academy

The College of Europe, Natolin, the German Marshall Fund of the United States and the Polish-American Freedom Foundation have established a programme called the Warsaw Euro-Atlantic Summer Academy (WEASA) aiming to work with analysts and policy advisers from the Eastern Partnership region on systemic transformation, European Union integration and transatlantic relations.

The Academy takes place at the premises of the College of Europe, Natolin in Warsaw Poland on 14-28 July 2013 and is welcoming applications from policy analysts, advisers and experts between the ages of 30-40 from the Eastern Partnership countries. Candidates below this age limit may be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Travel and accommodation costs will be covered by WEASA, while participants will be asked to cover their visa costs.

Applications are possible until 26 May 2013 on the website of WEASA.

More information on the Academy and its curriculum is available here.

Project funded by the European UnionEU