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Student interviews

Svetla studies EMAES to boost her professional career

Svetla Tsolova works as a Senior Expert at European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control. She thinks that the program is useful for people who are interested in research, but also for those engaged in the decision-making process and implementation of decisions at different levels: EU, national, and subnational. Read the interview with Svetla.

Ocean wrote a thesis that investigates the reasons why defence integration is difficult for the EU to achieve.

Ocean Marambanyika and started EMAES 2016. He combines his studies with working as a senior executive immigration officer at the Norwegian National Police Immigration Service, Oslo. Read the interview with Ocean.

EMAES gave Stina a deeper understanding of the legal aspects of European Integration

Stina Hambert, head of societal policy at the union DIK says that the programme gave her a new perspective and a deeper understanding of the legal frameworks and the role of the Court of Justice of the European Union. Read the interview with Stina.

"I liked the mix of different topics very much."

The program made it possible to enhance knowledge in fields that were not my strengths and - at the same time - to deepen and refresh knowledge in areas that I have studied before. Most memorable are, however, “The Social Dimension of Europe” and “European Market Integration", says Stephan Kowitz who works for the German Foreign Administration. Read the interview with Stephan.

Ulrike argue she understands greater EU context in a much deeper way

I feel very secure of myself professionally and do make my voice (actually, my employer’s voice) heard in Brussels to a much larger extent than before I did the EMAES – because now I know the facts and can dwell upon my knowledge, says Ulrike Firness the EU Affairs Representative for Business Region Göteborg AB. Read the interview with Ulrike.


Sidansvarig: Anna-Karin Lundell|Sidan uppdaterades: 2019-04-03

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