Poletne šole

Študentom, ki redno opravljajo študijske obveznosti na naši fakulteti, priporočamo, da se v času poletnih počitnic udeležijo poletnih šol v tujini. Takšne šole so odličen način za nadgrajevanje pravnega znanja, ki ga ponuja redni program PF UM, pa tudi prijetna priložnost za kratkotrajnejše druženje s kolegi z drugih univerz in navezovanje stikov, ki so lahko kasneje v poklicu zelo koristni. V tej rubriki objavljamo aktualne razpise za poletne šole.

  • Zelo priljubljena v našem delu Evrope je Alpbach Summer School on European Integration.
  • Priznane so tudi poletne šole na PF v Oxfordu.
  • Zelo kvalitetne vsebine iz prava EU ponuja tudiAcademy of European Law Summer School pri European University Institute v Firencah.

Poleg konkretnih razpisov je zelo koristen iskalnik po poletnih šolah, ki ga lahko uporabijo sami študenti.


Digital Humanism Summer School 2023 September 4th to 8th at TU Wien

We are pleased to announce that the Digital Humanism Summer School 2023 will take place from September 4th to 8th, 2023 at TU Wien, Austria.

Digital Humanism is an interdisciplinary field that examines the complex interplay between technology and humankind with the aim of creating a better society and improving our lives. It recognizes that an interdisciplinary approach is necessary, breaking down disciplinary silos and integrating humanities, social, technical, and engineering sciences.

The summer school covers a range of topics related to the intersection of technology, ethics, and society. Participants will explore the technical foundations of large language models, discuss the philosophical and ethical implications of these models, and learn about explainable AI, among other subjects. Additionally, the program emphasizes the importance of participation and diverse perspectives. It explores the impact of generative AI on government and the state, as well as discussing how AI can contribute to addressing climate and sustainability challenges. These topics will be introduced by internationally renowned experts, including George Metakides (Digital Enlightenment Forum), Erich Prem (eutema and University of Vienna), Viola Schiaffonati (Politecnico di Milano), Edward A. Lee (UC Berkeley), Allison Stanger (Middlebury College), Paul Timmers (Oxford University and European University), David Rolnick (McGill University), and Anna Bon (VU Amsterdam).

The summer school is organized by the Digital Humanism Initiative, TU Wien Informatics and CAIML - Center for Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (TU Wien).

A limited number of scholarships, including registration fee waivers and full scholarships, are awarded on the basis of merit and financial need. Furthermore, ACM will provide free 1-year memberships for all students attending the school. Deadline for applications is July 7th, 2023. Please find further details about the program and the application process here: dighum.org/summerschool2023/.

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Summer School on the European Union and the United Nations in Global Governance (Leiden University, The Hague)

Applications are now open for Leiden University’s 2023 Summer School ‘The European Union, the United Nations and Global Governance’ in The Hague from the 12th to the 23rd of June 2023 (with the last few days conducted in Brussels).

Successful applicants will join a talented and motivated group of graduate-level students -- Master's and PhD -- for an ambitious two-week program that includes engaging lectures, seminars and networking opportunities, as well as in-person visits to international institutions.

The Summer School offers a series of interactive lectures and seminars by well-known academics and (former) practitioners, familiarizing students with the inner workings of the European Union (EU) and the United Nations (UN) and interactions between these two organizations in the context of global governance.

The two-week programme starts with lectures on salient topics related to European integration and the work of the United Nations, such a

•     Global Security Governance,

•     The EU in the UN,

•     International Financial Cooperation and Stability,

•     Migration Governance,

•     The Role of the G20 in Global Affairs,

•     International Climate Protection and Energy Governance.,

•     European Fiscal and Monetary Policies

Summer School participants will also visit important international institutions in The Hague, such as the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, the International Court of Justice, and the International Criminal Court. The last three days of the Summer School take place in Brussels, where students visit several EU institutions, including the European External Action Service.

Master-level students (depending on their home institution) may be able to translate their participation into 5 ECTS points.

The Summer School is supported by the European Union's Jean Monnet program (Erasmus+).  

More information on the Summer School program, tuition, the application process and practical aspects is available on the following websites:



Summer School on Consumer's Rights and Market Regulation in the European Union

Applications are now open for our 16th Summer School ‘Consumer's Rights and Market Regulation in the European Union’ held at Udine's University from the 12th to the 21st of July 2023.

Within the framework of the Jean Monnet Module “CoRiMaR” (2020-2023), the University of Udine (Italy) organizes the 16th edition of the Summer School, in cooperation with a consortium of European universities, now including University of Essex (UK), De Montfort University (UK), Universitatea de Vest din Timisoara (Romania), East Anglia University (UK), University of Rijeka (Croatia), University of Belgrade (Serbia) and University of Szeged (Hungary).

Our goals are:

• To offer a blended and intensive training, focusing on transnational developments at the EU level;

• To promote the sharing of knowledge, experiences and practices between participants from different countries;

• To help participants in developing incisive reasoning skills and other soft skills such as team working, problem solving and argumentative reasoning.

The 2023 Summer School will consist of 40 hours of lectures (10 hours online and 30 hours in presence), a workshop and a moot court. It aims to provide a comprehensive training on the legal discipline of consumer protection and market regulation in the European Union Law, with a particular reference to digital technologies, taking into account the following relevant topics:

1) Consumer protection and empowerment issues;

2) Private international law issues;

3) Dispute resolution and redress issues;

4) Market regulation.

The Summer School is designed for undergraduate students, graduates who graduated no more than five years ago, PhD students, from faculties of Law, Economics, Political Science or International Relations.

The application deadline is 31st May 2023, 12.00 pm GMT. Applications received before 30th April 2023, 12:00 pm GMT will benefit from the early-bird registration fee.

Selected students (depending on their home institution) may be able to translate their participation into ECTS points.

More information on the Summer School program, tuition, the application process and practical aspects is available on our website https://corimaruniud.com/

If you need further information, please contact us! (ip.europeanlaw.uniud@gmail.com)

Summer School "Denialism and Conspiracy Theories in EU: Logic and Political Forms

The application deadline is approaching for Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies' Summer School "Denialism and Conspiracy Theories in EU: Logic and Political Forms" - applications will be accepted until Friday 28th April 2023.

The summer school will be held from 19th to 23th June in Pisa (Italy).

The lecturers are: Michael Butter, Manuela Caiani, Uffa Jensen, Peter Knight, Stella Levantesi, Marco Solinas, Nadia Urbinati. 

All information can be found at this link:


The Summer School is co-funded by Jean Monnet Module GOLDSTEIN.

Poletna šola v Gruziji

Jessup Ukraine vabi študente slovenskih univerz na poletno šolo, ki bo potekala med 12. in 20. avgustom 2023 v Gruziji (Tbilisi). Študenti bodo v mešanih skupinah pripravljali argumente za 'mini moot' simulacijo s poudarkom na temah Jessup Moot Court tekmovanja 2024 (traitors and crooks, freedom of political expression, right to nationality and statelessness, role of UN Security Council in pacific settlement of international disputes).

Več informacij najdete v priloženem dokumentu in pri mentorjih PF UM na Jessup tekmovanju.