Belgium – EU Institutional law
ELSA Belgium is delighted to invite you to its Summer ELSA Law School, which will take place in Brussels from July 2 - 9, 2023. The topic that will be addressed throughout the SELS is EU Institutional Law.
With a long story of hosting a number of principal EU institutions within its European Quarter, Brussels is considered as the capital of the European Union. Indeed, Brussels hosts the official seats of the Council of European Union, the European Commission, the European Council and the second seat of the European Parliament, making it the perfect setting for studying EU Institutional Law and visiting the Institutions.
Besides studying EU Instituional Law in the heart of the EU, participants coming from every corner of Europe will get the chance to witness the beauty of Belgium through medieval rooftops, lovely canals, tasty beer and chocolate through our cultural programme and spend the summer of your lives, while making friends and discovering the vivid nightlife of Brussels.
ELSA-members from favoured countries - 335€
ELSA Alumni - 420€
Members of Partner Organizations of ELSA - 420€
Non-members - 440€
Transfer to/from the Airport - 30€
This Summer ELSA Law School, that will take place from July 2 – 9, 2023, will focus on European Law. Throughout its courses, participants will gain knowledge and dive into the structure and function of European Institutions.
During our SELS, partcipants will follow lectures on the four freedoms, the internal market, the data protection, the EBC and competition law be held by experts with an international background and visit European Institutions located in Brussels, the heart of the European Union.
Here is a draft Academic Programme (subject to change):
- Opening ceremony
- Introductory lecture on EU Institutional Law
- Visit to th EU Parliament
- Visit to the European Council
- Visit to the European Commission
- Lecture on the four freedoms of the EU
- NATO presentation (ULB)
- NATO simulation (ULB)
- Closing ceremony
If the government imposes stricter requirements, those will have to be adhered to.