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Cambridge Europe-Asia Summer School
2022 

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Date

29 August - 4 September 2022

Location

University of Cambridge

Participants

15 Students from across the globe

Fees & Scholarships

The week-long programme costs £1,599. A limited amount of scholarships will be available. Please indicate if you wish to apply for one in your application. 

Covid-19 Notice

In light of the COVID-19 situation, the Summer School might have to be run virtually. In this case, successful students will only need to pay a fraction of the fees. 

Why choose CEASS

Learn directly from world-class academics and guest speakers on the theme of 'Sustainable Connectivity'. Through data and tech-driven solutions, you will reflect on emerging trends towards the need for Eurasian Cooperation. With its triple focus on policy, research and entrepreneurship, the programme provides a unique platform to equip the leaders of tomorrow with the skills and relationships needed to negotiate a better future.

What you will learn

The programme will equip you with the soft skills, international affairs knowledge, and policy tools to go on and engage in political conversations. In a group of three, you will develop your research and write a groundbreaking policy paper on the topic of 'Sustainable Connectivity'. You will be guided by expert tutors who have honed their expertise through teaching undergraduate students at the University of Cambridge. At the end of the week, each group will present their paper for final feedback before being published by STEAR (Student Think Tank for Europe-Asia Relations).

What's included

  • Residential in a prestigious college at the University of Cambridge

  • Lectures and small group tutoring led by University of Cambridge Academics

  • Guest speakers from different industries and organisations

  • Workshops to develop your research and policy writing skills

  • A truly international environment focused around Europe-Asia relations

  • The development of a group project to present at the end of the course 

  • The opportunity to have your group policy paper in special series published by STEAR 

  • Accommodation, meals, tuition and extra-curricular activities including a day trip to London

  • Access to the STEAR Network which spans the globe, including students of the top universities and educational institutions

Summer School Daily Topics

  1. History of Eurasian Connectivity

  2. Bridging Science and Policy

  3. Institutional Change

  4. Business and Technology

  5. Green and Just Transition

Are you interested in joining the CEASS 2022? Find out more and apply here!

General Information
Who We Are

The Student Think Tank for Europe-Asia Relations (STEAR) is the world’s first Europe-Asia Think Tank established in 2021. STEAR’s aim is to strengthen relations and deepen cultural ties between the two billion people living across both continents through policy work, cultural exchanges, and capacity-building programmes.

European Young Engineers (EYE) is an international non-profit organisation established in 1994, comprising more than 20 European countries that represent 500,000 young engineers from multiple disciplines. EYE’s aim is to form a political opinion of engineers across Europe, be a stakeholder for government bodies, and collaborate with interdisciplinary organisations.

Cambridge Central Asia Forum (CCAF) is an interdisciplinary forum established in 2011 by academic faculty members of the University of Cambridge. CCAF’s aim is to collate Cambridge’s scholarly activities in Central Asia and the Caucuses, and to raise the best interdisciplinary minds to engage research in the region.

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