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    THE SECOND EDITION
    OF THE EUROPEAN STUDENT ASSEMBLY

     

    CALL FOR APPLICATIONS BY STUDENTS
    AT THE TRANSFORM4EUROPE
    ALLIANCE UNIVERSITIES

    ABOUT

    The European Universities Community is launching the second edition of the European Student Assembly [#ESA23].
    The European Student Assembly is a grassroots project that gathers each year more than 200 students from different European University Alliances (EUA) to debate current issues, draft political recommendations for the future of Europe and advocate them among stakeholders and decision makers. It is monitored by an international team of students and staff from higher education institutions involved in the European Universities Initiative.

    From March to May 2023, the selected students will work remotely to deepen their understanding of a chosen topic and prepare recommendations before meeting with their peers for a 3 days intercultural event in Strasbourg from 31 May to 2 June to discuss and finalise their recommendations.

    As students and part of Transform4Europe, you are eligible to apply! Please note that accommodation costs will be taken care of by ESA, and that selected students will have their travel costs from European countries covered by Transform4Europe.

    Applications are open! Please read the #ESA23 handbook before applying.

    The deadline to submit your application is 4th December (before 23:59 CET).

    More information: https://www.euc-initiative.com/european-student-assembly/esa23-how-to-apply.

    CONTACT

     

    Saarland University
    The Coordinating organisation
    e-mail: transform4europe@uni-saarland.de

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