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Winter Seminar, State and Civil Society in Central and Eastern Europe. Győr, 23-27 February 2015

Call for Applications

Winter Seminar

State and Civil Society in Central and Eastern Europe Law, Politics, Economy and Society 23-27 February 2015 Győr, Hungary at Széchenyi István University Faculty of Law and Political Sciences

 The interdisciplinary intensive seminar offers a university course and a forum for students and young researchers.  Noted lecturers and professors from different Central European universities are going to help to discuss legal, political, social, economic and EU-aspects concerning the functions and relations of state and civil society in our region.  The seminar will include lectures on thematic issues, workshop opportunities with the active contribution of participants and cultural events as well.

Program details

Venue – official programme: Széchenyi István University, Faculty of Law and Political Sciences, Building “J”, H-9026 Győr, Áldozat str. 12. (Hungary).

Period: 23-27 February 2015 (from Monday to Friday).
The Seminar is open for graduate students and PhD candidates as young researchers from the fields of legal, economic, social or international studies from all over Europe. The language of the Seminar is English. We present certificates on the participation and lecturing, confirming the acquisition of 5 ECTS credits. Please find the academic data-sheet of the course attached to this announcement.

Registration fee: 30 EUR (shall be paid at the registration)
o The registration fee also covers the accommodation in the student hostel of the University.
o We provide the technical background, the handing-out of the received home reports and the publication of the scientific results of our workshop sessions. Cost of optional social program: 50 EUR – includes visiting the archabbey of Pannonhalma, visiting a wine cellar and a rich dinner of Hungarian cuisine.
Application deadline: 25 January 2015 
How to apply to the Winter Seminar 2015?

The application shall include:
 filled application form (attached to this document) letter of recommendation from a professor (not compulsory but recommended)
All documents should be sent via e-mail to Ms. Orsolya Szalay (assistant) – and Dr. habil. Peter Smuk (Head of Department) – The applicants will be informed about the results until 5 February 2015.
Information and contact: on the emails above;at