IES to take 10 top students to exclusive conference in NYC

Interested in a trip to the Big Apple that will offer you first-hand experience in Transatlantic relations? And in a unique opportunity to work and learn in an exciting multicultural environment? And what about a visit to UN HQ? Then enroll in one of our 1- or 2-year study programmes and we might choose you to join nine fellow students for a trip you will never forget!

EuroSim is an annual international simulation of the EU bringing together over 200 students and faculty from more than 20 colleges and universities in the US and Europe. As an active member and a recent (2018) host of this event in Belgium, the Institute for European Studies will select 10 students across its LLMEuroMaster, and Postgraduate Certificate programmes of the 2018-19 academic year to become a part of its delegation for the next edition hosted at the St. John Fisher College (Rochester, NY) from 28 to 31 March 2019. Students not only enjoy a sophisticated simulation of the EU, but also a variety of excellent guest speakers, tours, meals, and social events. It’s a great and prestigious opportunity to improve your negotiation skills and have a deep and meaningful discussion on European legislation with like-minded students from Europe and the US.

Our delegation will stay in the US for 5-6 days. Of course, there will also be time to unwind in this amazing metropolis. You could be a part of this exciting adventure! So if you haven’t done so yet, apply now:


More about EuroSim

EuroSim™ offers participants a unique opportunity to work and learn in an exciting multicultural environment. In addition, by bringing American and European students together, EuroSim provides students with first-hand experience in transatlantic relations. The first edition of EuroSim took place in 1988, which makes EuroSim one of the most prestigious and oldest of its kind.

Each EuroSim event has a specific theme related to the real-world policy agenda of the EU, helping students to deepen their knowledge of the EU and hone their public speaking, negotiating, leadership and diplomatic skills. EuroSim takes place over four days with its location rotating among host institutions in Europe and North America. On the European side, partners include: University of Antwerp, University of Twente, University of Hamburg, University of Lower Silesia, Europa Institute – University of Saarland, Aston University, University of Dundee, University of Trier, University of Trento, University of Catania. US partners include many universities in the State of New York: St. John Fisher College, Colgate University, Niagara University, Brockport, Skidmore College, Widener University, Canisius University, East Stroudsburg University, Kennesaw University (Georgia), Hamilton College.