POLITICO’s EU Studies Fair is the largest educational and networking event in the world focused on graduate and postgraduate programs in EU studies.
Since 1999, the EU Studies Fair has been a reference for world-class academic institutions to recruit top students from across the world for graduate and postgraduate programs.
The two-day fair, held annually in Brussels, is a unique opportunity for students and young professionals to discover both academic and career opportunities. The EU Studies Fair will include roundtables about career choices in Brussels, networking opportunities, seminars with EPSO staff.
Among the confirmed speakers:
Jonathan Hill, Speechwriter to the President of the European Commission
Natascha Bertaud, European Commission Spokesperson
Nereo Penalver Garcia, Policy Adviser at the Foreign Affairs Committee, European Parliament
Thomas Richert, Senior Advisor, IDA Office
Marco Ricorda, Community Manager - JRC, European Commission
Kostas Rossoglou, Head of EU Public Policy, Yelp
Katja Tuokko, Researcher, Centre for European Policy Studies
Sara Career, Senior Director Europe, Middle-East and Africa, Burson-Marsteller
Steven Everts, Senior Advisor at the European External Action Service
Participants will also have the chance of getting to know top-level universities from Europe and beyond, and see what their programs in EU Studies, international relations, business, economics, law and public policy have to offer. Furthermore, students bringing their CV can have it checked by HR professionals.
When? February 10-11, 2017
Where? Crowne Plaza, Brussels
Who is it for? Students planning to apply to graduate and post-graduate programs in EU studies, international relations, business, economics, public policy and law
Go to www.eustudiesfair.com to see the full program and to register for free (here).
You can also contact the EU Studies Fair team at firstname.lastname@example.org for any further questions.