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College of Europe EU-China Chair
China at the horizon of the College of Europe in Bruges
The InBev-Baillet Latour European Union-China Relations Chair was set up at the start of the 2008-2009 academic year, with the financial support of the InBev-Baillet Latour Fund. This part-time chair is based within the European Union International and Diplomatic Relations Studies Department at Bruges, set up in the wake of the great academic demand for courses concerning the external relations of the European Union. The studies programme also offers the chance to take a Mandarin Chinese course as part of the curriculum. The Chair's objectives are to: -offer courses in EU-China relations; -organise conferences and workshops; -promote multidisciplinary research into the EU's relations with China. The Chair also contributes to the development of relations between university institutes in Europe and in China through international conferences, and by enabling, through a grant award scheme, a Chinese student to carry out postgraduate studies in Bruges or Natolin. The incumbents are required to supervise written submissions in their area of study. The Chair is therefore responsible for assessing the written submissions of students with a view to awarding a prize to the best submission on the subject at the end of each academic year. Facts 29/10/2008 Creation of the InBev-Baillet Latour Chair within the College of Europe (Bruges) over a period of 3 years. Funding of the Chair by a ¤ 330,000 grant to be spread over the three years. >>> read more: Press release of 29 October 2008
InBev-Baillet Latour European Union-China Relations Chair College of Europe Dijver 11 BE-8000 Bruges +32 50 47 71 11 +32 50 47 72 50 www.coleurope.eu/euchinachair Chair Professor: Professor Jing Men, Ph.D. firstname.lastname@example.org Tél. +32 50 47 72 58 Research assistant professor: Gino Brunswijck email@example.com Tél. +32 50 47 72 57
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