European Integration Summer School (EISS)
EISS provides students with a sound knowledge of core aspects of European integration and brings them up-to-date with the most salient issues the European Union is facing today.
EISS is method-driven and consists of two stand-alone courses at Master level taught during the summer and one course offered in the fall term of 2013. Each course carries 10 ECTS.
EISS brings together a unique blend of international and domestic students, faculty and practitioners.
For more information about the different courses, please go to the left menu.
The 2013 EISS guest faculty includes, amongst others, Derek Beach (University of Aarhus), Steven Blockmans (University of Amsterdam/CEPS), Theofanis Exadaktylos (University of Surrey), David Howarth (University of Luxembourg), John McCormick (Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis), Claudio Radaelli (University of Exeter and UiA), Christilla Roederer-Rynning (University of Southern Denmark), Frank Schimmelfennig (ETH Zürich) and Michael Shackleton (University of Maastricht).
>> A great experience, says Professor Desmond Dinan. There is hardly a better way to learn about the EU.
Read interview here.
Study guide and brochure
Below, you will find a tentative overview of classes of the previous European Integration Summer School, as well as a brochure with some information about the beautiful city of Kristiansand:
June 1. 2013