APPLICATIONS FOR 2019/2020 ARE OPEN FROM 10 JANUARY TO 27 SEPTEMBER 2019.
One-year programme, 60 ECTS
Generally Monday and Wednesday evening (18.15 – 20.15 or 21.15) and two Saturdays per month.
Europe is everywhere. The European Union has an ever-increasing say on the law and policy of each Member State, in many different areas. It is the main player and cannot be ignored. The bloc gives impetus, produces standards, awards subsidies, promotes mobility, and encourages cooperation among countries and regions. The ‘EU machinery’ also powers tens of thousands of skilled jobs.
The EU offers numerous employment opportunities: the European institutions themselves (Commission, Council, Parliament, etc.) plus a multitude of bodies linked to or benefiting from them, such as lobbies, European NGOs, regional and local authorities, European communication agencies, information centres, European media, event organisers, and technical agencies, to name but a few.
This European labour market is growing. It requires advanced qualifications. It now also needs a broad range of skills covering communication techniques and European public affairs. Communication in European policy is clearly a promising niche market!
Evaluation: Issue Briefing Note on Key Stakeholders to target
Working with the Media: The EU Institution perspective 5h
EU Policy Making simulation (50 pages) with final presentation before an external jury composed of high-ranking EU officials 25 h
Analysing EU Influence 10h
3,550€ for the whole course. This fee covers all course material – books, magazines or printing of course content.
For this course, you can use training cheques (for SMEs and freelancers based in Belgium’s Walloon Region – agreement 17.1152).
Academic year 2019-2020 from 3 October until 20 June.
Two evenings/week and two Saturdays/month.
Both semesters: Monday and Wednesday evenings 18.15 – 20.15 or 21.15.
Sometimes on Tuesdays at midday (in situ seminar within the institutions) and on Thursday evenings (special guests).
Rue des Grands Carmes – 27