On the first week of July, fifty students from the College of Europe in Bruges and Natolin will be joining the first EIB Summer School organised by the Institute’s Knowledge Programme.
The recently graduated students will be joining a one-week programme providing first hand insights about the responsibilities and daily activities of the EIB Group.
Staff members from the EIB and EIF will share their expertise about the EIB Group’s role and impact on European and non-European stakeholders in terms of economic and social development and sustainability. The academic programme is accompanied by a cultural programme and networking opportunities.
In the framework of a graduation dinner, students will receive an EIB Summer School certificate.
This first Summer School is a pilot project to test the programme and content for a fully-fledged EIB Summer School that will be launched in 2019 and will target students from EIB partner universities across Europe.