Discover Europe in 3 Dimensions!
Europe3D events offer the participants the chance to experience European countries in 3 different dimensions: politics, economy and culture.
Europe3D is a seminar series where the participants get a deep insight about the hosting country in three unique dimensions: politics, economy and culture. An environment with a blend of different cultures helps the participants to get a better understanding of basic local parameters existing in the European countries. Lectures given by experts in politics, and economy; combined with trainings about intercultural awareness, provide participants a theoretical insight. With a high level of interactive participation, it is a unique opportunity to start changing your world.
Europe3D events are open for all students from any field of study in any university all over the world.
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Europe3D Events in the second Half of 2016 - Upcoming events
Dates: 3rd to 9th of August 2016
Participation fee: 75€
Europe3D Austro-Hungarian Empire
Location: Vienna & Budapest
Dates: 8th to 14th of September 2016
Participation fee: 90€
Dates: 10th to 16th of October 2016
Participation fee: 80€
Application opening on 3rd of August
Europe3D Events in the First Half of 2016 - Past events
Dates: 8th -14th February
Participation fee: 75 €
Dates: 20th - 27th March
Participation fee: 0 €
Europe3D+ Politics Macedonia
Dates: 4th - 10th May
Participation fee: 75 €
Koç University was founded in 1993 as a non-profit private university in Istanbul, Turkey. In the twenty years since its establishment, Koç University has become one of the leading universities in Turkey, distinguished by notable contributions to the elevation of education, knowledge and service both domestically and beyond.Koç University's commitment to excellence and its well-resourced programs attract world-class academicians. The university’s faculty consists of Turkey's most established senior researchers and PhD’s from elite research institutions worldwide. Ninety-five percent of all full-time faculty members have doctoral degrees from top-tier universities in the United States and Europe, while the remaining five percent are recruited from top Turkish universities."
ThinkYoung lobbies for the presence of young people in European decision-making.
Focused on conducting survey, organising conferences, producing documentaries and publishing research by young europeans, ThinkYoung aims to make “Brussels” aware of what young people think. Its vision is to make Europe think young.
With our activities ranging over 5 main fields, we seek to represent the voice of this generation with issues that affect us politically, culturally and beyond.