Institute News and Events

Apply to the PhD Mentorship Program in European Studies and Canada-EU Relations

If interested, please contact the Director of the Institute for European Studies, Kurt Huebner, at kurt.huebner[at]ubc.ca.

IES Students participate in the European Union Study Tour

UBC students present their research during the European Union Study Tour, a program of seminars and events in Brussels, Antwerp, The Hague, Frankfurt, Strasbourg, and Luxembourg which offers a unique immersion in the European Union and other European institutions.

Applications open for the DAAD Èmigré Memorial German Internship Program EMGIP – Bundestag 2014

Internship opportunity for advanced undergraduates and graduate students with German proeficiency and an interest in the German parliament.

If interested, please contact Dr. Kurt Huebner at kurt.huebner@ubc.ca

 

IES Students attend "Europe Day: Cocktail Reception and Presentation of the EU-Canada Business Guide"

Date: 
Thursday, 9 May, 2013 - 17:00 - 19:00

IES students attended the Europe Day celebration and the presentaion of the EU-Canada Business Guide. For more information on the event, see below.

Photo Credit: EU-Canada Partnership, Flickr

Photo Credit: EU-Canada Partnership, Flickr

Pictures and Presentation Slides from Capitalism, Inequality, and Democracy - April 2013

The International Workshop on Capitalism, Inequality, and Democracy took place from April 12-13, 2013 at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver. . The workshop examined the global rise of social inequality as well as its implications for democratic governance and social movements. It was co-organized by the Institute for European Studies at UBC and the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung—New York Office.

More details on the event can be found here.

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