Scholarships offered by the College of Europe
New deadline for receiving applications for scholarships offered by the Chair of European Civilisation, College of Europe, Natolin: 15 March 2012.
The College of Europe, with its two campuses (Bruges founded in 1949 and Warsaw 1992), is the oldest and most prestigious institute of post-graduate European studies.
I am pleased to announce that we are offering up to ten full scholarships to history graduates, for the academic year 2012â€“13, at the Natolin Campus in Warsaw. For further information about the scholarships; please follow the link: http://www.coleurop.be/template.asp?pagename=scholarship_Geremek
The Natolin Campus offers an Interdisciplinary Masters programme to about 120 students from more than 30 different countries and from a wide range of academic backgrounds.
The course of study provides a comprehensive understanding of European Affairs, in its many political, economic, social and historical dimensions. Natolin offers, in particular, the opportunity to study in depth the past and present relationship of Europe with its nearest neighbours.
The Chair of European Civilisation at the Natolin Campus of the College of Europe, was created in memory of Prof. BronisÅ‚aw Geremek and is funded by the European Parliament.
The scholarships, offered by the Chair of European Civilisation, are highly competitive. The application deadline has now been extended to March 15th 2012; all applications must be received by this date. Interested graduate students are invited to visit our website at www.coleurope.eu and to send their application to our Admissions Office in Bruges.
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