The University of Oxford is holding a two-week residential summer school tackling the vital issues that shape politics in the modern world with a regional focus. The academic program consists of small seminar groups with a specialist tutor, a daily lecture program given by world-renowned academics, and lively daily discussion groups led by current Oxford University doctoral students. Click here to learn more.
AEI’s Summer Honors Program is a fully funded educational and career development opportunity for undergraduate students interested in public policy and politics. Each year, the program brings together top students from around the country to discuss policy topics in small seminars, join daily lunches with policymakers and business leaders, and advance their careers through high-level networking opportunities. Instructors this year include AEI scholars Charles Murray, Fred Kagan, John Yoo and Michael Strain, teaching about everything from democratic capitalism, to the Constitution, to the Middle East, and more. The application deadline is March 15, 2017.
Learn more and apply here.
The University of Milwaukee’s United Nations Summer Seminar is a 6-credit program in Manhattan. Students spend the first week at UW-Milwaukee in an intensive study of international organizations and the United Nations. The Seminar then moves to New York City for four weeks. In New York, students attend regular briefings with member country diplomats and UN organization staff members. The last week is left open for student research. The application deadline is March 1st.
The Hertog Foundation is currently seeking applications from college students for their Summer 2017 fellowships and seminars in Washington, DC. They offer Summer Courses on American Political Thought, Landmark Supreme Court Cases, and Varieties of American Conservatism. In addition, they are once again offering their flagship seminar, the Political Studies Program, a seven-week summer fellowship in the theory and practice of politics for undergraduates and very recent graduates (2016 or 2017).
All of these opportunities come with generous stipends to cover time and expenses.
Details can be found at www.hertogfoundation.org.
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Columbia’s M.A. program in Modern European Studies is now accepting applications for the 2016-2017 academic year. Housed within the European Institute, Columbia’s M.A. program in Modern European Studies offers unique opportunities for students to deepen their understanding of European history, politics, and society while also developing their research, writing, and presentation skills. Continue reading
Stay on track to graduation! PolisSci is now offering summer classes. Continue reading
Regional integration – the deepening of economic and political ties between states in particular geographic areas of the world – is one of the defining features of contemporary globalization. This course addresses these questions through a focus on “comparative regional integration.” We begin by introducing the topic of regional integration and some basic theories of international political economy and international cooperation that we will use throughout the semester. Continue reading