The Summer School program in Brussels offers a great opportunity for students to deepen their knowledge of international cooperation and to experience first-hand the reality of Brussels, the European capital and seat of the institutions. The course, lasting 70 full-time hours and 13 nights , includes lectures , practical exercises , simulations and practical initiatives that will allow students to deepen the theory and apply it directly to European cooperation projects already implemented or currently underway.
The European international development cooperation policy is a set of strategies, policies and programs adopted by the European Union ( EU ) to support the economic, social and environmental development of the world's poorest countries .
Development cooperation is considered one of the EU's priorities, as the main objective is to reduce poverty and improve the living conditions of people in developing countries.
Development cooperation is fundamental to guarantee the protection of human life and dignity , as well as creating the conditions for access to economic and natural resources for all peoples. In this context, the summer school adopts a multidisciplinary approach that curates with
equal attention to both the theoretical aspect , study and analysis of the local situations of some countries and the Commission's programs, and the practical aspect of project management and finding resources