Schiller International University partners with LSE IDEAS to deliver top educational experience
April 08, 2022
All Knowledge Areas
In line with the objective of delivering cutting-edge learning experiences from top international experts, Schiller International University has partnered up with LSE IDEAS, the foreign policy think tank of the London School of Economics and Political Sciences, to offer its students a unique learning experience. In a world shaped by volatile international relations, this opportunity offers students from all practices a chance to understand world politics, foreign policy, and current affairs, and develop critical thinking to combat misinformation.
During the week of July 4th to 8th, 2022, Schiller students will be able to attend lectures, participate in active exercises and engage in dialogue with some of the top scholars from LSE IDEAS, covering international relations and stressing the importance of international strategy and diplomacy.
The program is open to Schiller students in 4th year Grade and Masters from all fields of study with interest in foreign policy and international relations. Sessions will take place at the LSE campus located in London. The cost of the program is 2,500 euro and it covers tuition fees only. Students should book and pay for their accommodation, meals and travelling expenses (visa, health insurance, etc.). Recommendations regarding accommodation and other travelling needs will be offered.
Application form must be completed prior May 16. Copy of valid passport and completed application form must be sent to email@example.com
The deadline for application is May 16, 2022.
An invoice will be issued to students for payment of tuition fees.
Deadline for payment May 27
For any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
LSE IDEAS is LSE’s foreign policy think tank, bringing together leading scholars and practitioners of foreign policy and diplomacy from around the world. Regarded as an international center of academic excellence and innovation in the social sciences, IDEAS provides a forum that informs policy debate and connects academic research with the practice of diplomacy and strategy.