European Week

European Week

  • Are you a bachelor student drawn to social engagement?
  • Are you eager to connect and work with fellow students from across Europe and beyond?
  • Do you appreciate learning environments that go beyond the traditional classroom, where you learn through projects and interactive experiences? 

If you are a yes-person here, the CIVICA European Week is the perfect opportunity for you!

At a glance

The CIVICA European Week is both a stand-alone learning event and a central element of the CIVICA Engage Track.  It is a three-day learning event held once every academic year, hosted at one of the CIVICA partner universities. 

European Week is an opportunity to explore contemporary European issues through both academic study and active civic engagement. It is a blend of carefully designed academic content and hands-on engagement with local communities and organisations. This multifaceted programme dives into one of CIVICA's thematic areas, bringing critical contemporary issues to the forefront of your learning experience.

Why should you enroll?

  • Take a stand and engage in issues you care about with like-minded students.
  • Benefit from learning at some of Europe’s leading educational institutions.
  • Engage in a dynamic mix of field work, mentoring, guest lectures, panels and teamwork.
  • By completing assignments you may earn the Attendance Certificate.

More information about the European Week

For more information on the European Weeks and application rules please contact your home university.

CIVICA team at Bocconi
  • Bocconi University
CIVICA team at IE University
  • IE University
Emily Harrison
  • London School of Economics and Political Science
CIVICA team at SSE
  • Stockholm School of Economics
Malgorzata Znoykowicz-Wierzbicka
  • SGH Warsaw School of Economics
CIVICA team at Sciences Po
  • Sciences Po
Crina Radulescu
Alzbeta Klatova
  • Central European University