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Living in Europe, we need to understand EU's policies and regulations.

Paweł Kowalski, Ph.D., lawyer

European Neighborhood Policy
Eastern and Southern Perspectives

  • Summer School
  • ECTS Credits: 4
  • 2 weeks (50 hours)
  • August 21st - September 1st, 2017


The European Neighborhood Policy (ENP) is an instrument of the European Union (EU) employed to reinforce relations with neighboring countries and it is a key part of the European Union’s foreign policy. During the course, students learn how the EU develops and implements its policies. They focus on the ENP policy and study how the policy works and what its outcomes are for the parties involved. Students also discuss the future prospects for the EU and its neighbors.


Our Summer School is addressed to young people aspiring to join the ranks of diplomacy, politics, journalism and international business or simply wishing to better understand the political and economic environment in Europe. The course is open to all students who hold Bachelor, Master and Doctoral degrees and have an interest in European Integration and the relationship of the European Union with its immediate neighbors.


Multicultural Environment

Our Summer Schools offer a friendly and multicultural environment, contributing to students’ development of language and interpersonal skills as well as cross-cultural competencies. Our programs attract people from all over the world, therefore, students have ample opportunities to practice Polish and English (two languages they usually have in common) not only in class, but also in daily and informal interactions with each other.

Program for Young Leaders

A new generation of young leaders is emerging in Europe. They will take the lead in the future and they are the ones that can deliver the messages of the European Neighborhood Policy (ENP) to the wider European community. Our program provides them with crucial knowledge on institutional framework and foreign policy of the EU, current challenges facing the EU as well as international and cross-cultural communication.

Study in Capitol of Poland

Warsaw is the capital of Poland. It is a city steeped in history, yet it is focused on the present and looking forward to the future. Within one day, you can travel back in time by taking a stroll around the Old Town, then return to the present and go shopping at one of the modern shopping centers, and finally take the subway, running under the Vistula River, to gaze into distant galaxies at the Copernicus Science Center. During summers, the city hosts numerous events available free of charge, including concerts and music festivals, open air film screenings, and entry to many art galleries and museums.


Application Step By Step

  1. Fill in the application form and submit to the Admissions Office
  2. Once we receive your application, a member of our team will contact you to explain next steps in the application process


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Tuition Fee
50 hours
1 installment 600 EUR
The fee includes:
  • participation in all courses, workshops and seminars
  • participation in the cultural program
  • certificates and academic transcripts

Admissions Office

  • admissions@swps.edu.pl
  • +48 22 517 99 61
  • Office Hours: Monday to Friday, 9.00-17.00
  • SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities
    Chodakowska 19/31, 03-815 Warsaw, Poland

Polish candidates should refer to the information provided on the corresponding Polish site here »