The new semester is upon us and we're sure you have many questions! That's why we're organising a Orientation Day on the 29th of September (Friday). We'll have an opportunity to intruduce ourselves, discuss all urgent matters and get to know you. The plan for the Euroculture Orientation Day on the 29th of September is … Continue reading Krakow Orientation Day – Winter semester 2017
The Euroculture programme is proud to present its 20th annual IP, which will be organised by the consortium coordinators in Groningen, and supported on the ground by the Jagiellonian team in Krakow. Please stay tuned - we will soon invite you to browse through the contents and features of the IP, its programme, important dates … Continue reading Euroculture Intensive Programme 2018 – Groningen / Krakow
Euroculture Master of Arts has been selected for Erasmus Mundus funding for the third time in its 20-year history. The next application round opens on 1 October 2017. The European Commission has once again funded the Euroculture Master of Arts within the Erasmus Mundus framework. The funds are available for the next three cohorts: … Continue reading Euroculture selected for prestigious Erasmus Mundus funding – scholarships available for 2018-20!
Maidan, Migrants, and Democracy The launch of Visegrad Insight no. 5 The fifth issue of Visegrad Insight, published at GLOBSEC, Bratislava, on 15 May 2014, presents a serious helping of focused analysis and opinion on three major topics: understanding the Ukrainian Maidan movement, debates on migration, and attitudes towards democracy in Europe. Oksana Forostyna writes that the … Continue reading Visegrad Insight no. 5