Beyond four integral extra-curricular activites, the EPS programme offers a wide range of discussions, conferences, round tables, cultural events, trips, and social sessions organized partly by partner universities and partly by students themselves.

The benefit of all these events is getting known European politics, society, culture, history, languages, geography etc. through living in different European countries and being in direct contact with its people, language, culture, customs, and day-to-day life.

Further broadening academic horizons

Our students at Charles University, Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Leiden University and Pompeu Fabra University might benefit from all events our partner universities and associated partners organize. If available online, the access is provided to all students regardless where they study.

Discussions and roundtables with policy-makers, business and NGO-representatives, academics from distinct European and non-European universities and conferences to present students´research work and network with peers.

Discovering culture

Getting known painture, music, sculture, architecture, landscape through visiting museums, theatres, concert halls, parks, sightseeing tours, cycling, walking or boat trips, experiencing nightlife… EPS students might choose from a diverse range of activities, oftentimes student-driven.

Experiencing day-to-day life

EPS experience is rich, intense and challenging. Our students benefit from academic, cultural, societal, lingual, gegraphical diversity which are indivisible from struggling with bureaucracy, searching for accommodation, arranging visa and residence permits, adjusting to university rules and cultures… Every single day is a genuine experience that writes your EPS journey!




Oxford Spring School 2024 – Making Sense of Turbulent Times

In cooperation with Europaeum, we invite students to participate in unique student event and academic experience. Oxford Spring School will gather master and doctoral researchers from the area of humanities and social sciences. The topic…

  • (April 20, 2024)

Last updated 15. 4. 2023.