Transparency International Summer School on Integrity, LithuaniaApril 1, 2012
Transparency International Summer School on Integrity, Lithuania
Deadline: 7 May 2012
Open to: Foreign students
Costs: The course participation fee is set at 300 Euro. Students from the following countries can apply for a full scholarship: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bulgaria, Denmark, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Jordan, Latvia, Lebanon, Libya, Lithuania, Moldova, Morocco, Norway, Palestine, Poland, Romania, Russia, Ukraine, Syria, Sweden, Tunisia and Turkey.
The aim of the Transparency International Summer School on Integrity is to provide student leaders from across Europe with an opportunity to learn first-hand from professionals working in the anti-corruption field. The School seeks to provide students with a peer-to-peer learning and integrity-building platform that links international experience with transparency and integrity to the current situation in post-communist countries.
Participants of the Transparency International Summer School on Integrity learn about the causes of corruption and practical ways in which societies can become more transparent and accountable. The School staff offer students state-of-the-art professional guidance and compelling case studies showing long-term sustainability through transparent and integrity.
The Summer School is organised by Transparency International Lithuania in cooperation with Mykolas Romeris University. Led by experienced anti-corruption professionals, the School seeks to create an environment that brings discussions about transparency and integrity from a high public policy level into the classroom and the everyday life of students.
University students earn 4 ECTS credits upon successful completion of the course. The language of instruction is English.
You can find the full programme here
For 2012 the course participation fee is set at 300 Euro. The fee covers accommodation, meals, study material and extra-curricular activities. Participants are expected to cover their own travel expenses (including visas, insurance, etc.). Students may be granted (partial) tuition fee waivers in exceptional cases.
A limited number of competitive scholarships is available. Full scholarships cover transportation, tuition and board expenses. Students seeking a scholarship are encouraged to apply as early as possible. Students may be also offered partial scholarships that cover a part of their expenses.
Students from the following countries can apply for a full scholarship: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bulgaria, Denmark, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Jordan, Latvia, Lebanon, Libya, Lithuania, Moldova, Morocco, Norway, Palestine, Poland, Romania, Russia, Ukraine, Syria, Sweden, Tunisia and Turkey.
Applicants wishing to apply shall submit the following documents:
The completed application form with the CV should be both sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Only completed applications will be considered. The deadline for the submission of application documents is 7 May 2012. Non-scholarship students are accepted on a rolling basis.
For further questions regarding the application procedure, fees, scholarships or general enquiries, please contact email@example.com.