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European Studies represented at the EU Studies Fair in Brussels 14-15 February

News: Feb 11, 2020

The largest fair for master’s programme in European Studies, the Politico EU Studies Fair, takes place 14-15 February. Just like last year, the Centre for European Studies (CES) is present, this time represented by former Director of Studies, and responsible for our double degree collaborations: Urban Strandberg, in addition to two of our alumni: Clemens Schubert and Bo Dohmen, who are working in Brussels.

On Friday, Urban Strandberg will also meet up for lunch with large group of alumni and interns who are based in Brussels this spring.

Saturday is the large public day of the fair. If you have the chance, come by to talk to Urban, Bo or Clemens about our different Master’s degree tracks (social science and humanities), our three double degree options (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of Konstanz and Fudan University), and what it is like to study in Gothenburg!

More information and program is available here: https://diievents.dii.eu/eu-studies/ 

 

 

 

 

 


Photo by Gabriel Lelievre for POLITICO

BY: Lena Caspers

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