European education

17th January 2003 at 00:00
EUROPEAN Voice, the Brussel's based weekly paper devoted to European Union affairs, is holding its fourth annual EU Studies Fair in Brussels on Saturday, February 15, focusing on postgraduate courses in European studies available throughout Europe.

This is the event for all students seeking information on the courses available on European studies and the "stage", the traineeship for graduates in the European Institutions. Visitors can meet the academics leading the courses, European affairs professionals and students who have followed EU studies. Entry to the event, which includes an hour-long seminar, is free.

The European Commission's "Action Jean Monnet" project was set up to introduce European integration studies into universities in 1990. It enables more than 250,000 students each year to study EU programmes.

For details of the EU Studies Fair go to

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