EPS students are regularly invited to discussion and debate with interesting personalities from EPS associated partners. Besides, various social events are also organised in order to integrate EPS students into local student community and to discover local culture and customs.

EPS students write the blog where they share their experience with the programme and various events related to their studies. In addition, two students published book reviews in the Czech Journal of Political Science. Juliana Crema wrote a review over the book Gender Equality in Law: Uncovering the Legacies of Czech State Socialism by Barbara Havelková and Kate Langdon reviewed Bálint Magyar’s book Post-Communist Mafia State: The Case of Hungary.

Besides these activities, students doing an internship in our associated partner New Eastern Europe magazine, Kate Langdon and Jordan Luber, made a retrospective interview about the Ukrainian Revolution and about the role of intellectuals in public life both with Marci Shore, Associate Professor of History at Yale University in New Haven (Connecticut).

Selected Events




EU Seminar with MEP Tineke Strik on the Migration policy in the EU

Join us on Friday 10 February at 3:30pm for the EU seminar on Migration policy of the European Union: what lies ahead? with Ms. Tineke Strik, who is a Member of the European Parliament for GroenLinks, of…

  • 15:30




Oxford Spring School 2023: Shifting Paradigms in Europe?

Thanks to the partnership with Europaeum, the students are invited to take part in this unique student event and academic experience. This Spring School will bring together master’s and doctoral researchers in Humanities and Social…

  • (April 21, 2023)




Deadline for MA thesis submission

MA thesis submission deadline is June 16, 2023, at all EPS partner universities. MA theses are assessed according to joint criteria to consult in the MA thesis handbook where formal requirements can also be found. In case a…

Last updated 16. 2. 2020.