The European Studies Summer School offers a unique opportunity for Secondary School Teachers in New Zealand and Australia to engage with diverse expert speakers on topics that complement the secondary school curriculum. The programme features interactive sessions with senior academics and practitioners, an interdisciplinary approach and multiple case studies with potential for incoroporation into the classroom. Excursions to cultural institutions are included.
The 2015 Summer School for secondary school teachers will be held from 20-22 January 2015 in Melbourne, Australia. Participation is free for all teachers from Australian and New Zealand secondary schools.
The European Union after 2014: A New Vitality, or Missed Opportunitities?
2014 is a year of remarkable change for the EU. It has a new Parliament, it will have new Presidents of European Council and of the European Commission, it will have a new Commission (even if some of the faces are the same), and a new High Representative. It has commenced a new budget period and is on the verge of having a Banking Union - of sorts...... What does this mean for Europeans? What does it mean for us, and for the Asian region?
This three day intensvie programme will be interesting for teachers of
Global and International Politics
Social and Cultural Studies
The programme will cover a brief overview of the European Institutions: the who, what and where of how the EU operates, What does the EU stand for in the new world? Does the EU still matter, can it overcome its democratic deficit? Do Australia and New Zealand want closer ties with the EU?
Please download the flyer and contact the European Union Centre at RMIT, Melbourne, Australia for more information or to register your interest:
Phone: +61 3 9925 8214
The Summer School is a joint initiative of the European Union Centre at RMIT, NZ EUCN, ANU Centre for European Studies, EU Centre for Shared Complex Challeges at the University of Melbourne and with support from the European Commission.