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9. January 2020.

The College of Europe ( ) has announced a scholarship competition for new students in the 2020/2021 school year. With the Polish chairmanship of the Berlin Process, the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs will award six full scholarships to students from the Western Balkans for the Natolin campus in Warsaw.

Applicants can submit their applications by January 15, 2020.

The College, which has campuses in Natolin (Poland) and Bruges (Belgium), is the oldest institution of postgraduate European studies. It was founded in 1949 in Bruges after the Congress in The Hague. 27 years ago, at the invitation of the Polish government, the Natolin campus was established in Warsaw.  Each year, both campuses bring together over 400 postgraduate students and young professionals from over 50 countries that live, learn and work together, while gaining a unique European experience.

Thanks to the support of the European institutions, governments and other public or private institutions, around 70 percent of students are awarded scholarships each year.  Among them are the most deserving students who come from the Western Balkans.

Further information one the call is available on

Source: Civic Initiatives and Coordination Body