EIB Summer School 2023 – Exploring the EU Climate Bank

27 June – 7 July 2023 – Luxembourg – >>> APPLY HERE! <<<

Every year, the EIB Institute hosts the EIB Summer School with the aim to:

  • provide Master’s students with first hand insights about the core activities and responsibilities of the EIB Group
  • build and strengthen a network of current and future stakeholders of the EIB Group through its alumni programme

The Summer School addresses an interdisciplinary and international group of Master’s students from selected partner universities. Participants engage in lectures, seminars, group discussions and case studies to gain a deep understanding of the mission and impact of the EIB Group and how it answers current challenges of the EU and beyond.

Participants have the unique opportunity to get the faculty’s insider view on what it means to be part of the EIB Group and how staff members apply theoretical concepts to very practical challenges of global impact.

The Summer School invites a group of 70 Master’s students to join a 10 day programme – 3 participants will be selected by UW. Students cannot apply directly. The selection proces is fully managed by the International Relations Office.

Through their lectures, EIB staff members provide insights on how the EIB Group answers the challenges facing the EU:

  • acting in the financial market as a key global player in fighting climate change
  • analysing and managing risks relevant to funding green investment projects
  • assessing investment projects from a technical, economic, legal and compliance standpoint
  • defining strategies for the promotion of the European Green Deal

The academic part includes 4-5 hours per day. Beside the curricular activities, participants will collaborate in small multi disciplinary working groups on an assignment that they will present to a jury and their peers on the last Friday of the Summer School. The programme concludes with a festive dinner and celebration in one of Luxembourg’s castles and an (optional) alumni gathering over the weekend.

Draft programme and courses examples

Target students:
The EIB Summer School addresses Master’s students from all academic fields Students with an interest in sustainability, climate change and environment as well as students with a background in engineering and other hard or life sciences.

All participants shall have a substantial understanding of the functioning of European institutions and a basic understanding of finance banking.

Formal requirements:

  • Master’s student or the last 2 years of 5-year master’s studies.
  • Up to 32 years of age
  • Signature of participant agreement
  • EU citizenship is not required. Where applicable, visa fees and handlng shall be covered by the applicant.

The course language is English. Participants commit to attend all academic courses as well as all on-site activities. Upon completion, students receive a certificate of attendance issued by the EIB Institute and are eligible to take part in all EIB Summer School Alumni Programme’s activities.

There are no attendance fees for the Summer School Board and accommodation of the entire official program (and of the EIB Alumni weekend) are covered by the EIB.

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Data publikacji: 05 kwietnia 2023