Extracurricular activities

Call for participation: Degrowth & Cultural Politics conference

From 24 to 28 August, the International Degrowth Conference ‘Caring Communities for Radical Change’ will take place in The Hague.

Want to know how you can participate? Download the call here.


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Call for student paper Cornell International Affairs Review

The Cornell International Affairs Review, a student-run and student-published academic journal at Cornell University, is looking for contributions from undergraduate and postgraduate students on international affairs and international relations.

Papers submitted must exceed 6,000 words in length and go through a review and editing processes.

Submissions should be sent to editor.ciar@gmail.com before the final submission deadline on 14 February.


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Call for applications: MEL Creathon, in March

Are you a BA/MA/PhD student or a young professional residing in Belgium, the Netherlands or the Lille city region (MEL) with innovative cross-disciplinary ideas about the interaction between design, sport and health, and do you have a creative entrepreneurial spirit?

If so, then apply for our trinational Franco-BelgianDutch Creathon ‘Sport, Health and Design’ – taking place on 9, 17, 18 and 19 March – before 14 February.


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Extracurricular Course “EU International Relations and Climate Change”

The Jean Monnet Chair in EU Politics in a Changing Global Context (CHANCE) is delighted to invite all bachelor’s and master’s students (and staff members) to participate in the extracurricular course “EU International Relations and Climate Change”.

This is an online course, which will take place from 2 February to 18 May 2021 (Tuesdays between 18.30 to 20.30).

For more information and registration, please contact: n.mayer@maastrichtuniversity.nl.


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Become a polling station member

The Dutch government is looking for polling station members for the upcoming elections in March 2021. Due to the corona regulations, more polling station members than usual are required.

Are you Dutch, over the age of 18 and interested in becoming a polling station member? Then sign up here.

Summer internship opportunity at The Fund for American Studies

Through the generosity of the Netherland-America Foundation, The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) has several full-scholarships available for students from the Netherlands and Dutch Caribbean Islands to attend TFAS’s academic internship programme in Washington, DC.

The programme will be held from 5 June 3021 – 30 July 2021.

The application deadline is 25 January 2021.


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Participate in the SDG challenge

This year, the SDG-Challenge will be organised for the third time in collaboration with the Vereniging van Universiteiten (VSNU) and Impact Hub.

During the SDG-Challenge, student teams from 15 Dutch universities work together with leading organisations such as Danone, Heineken, Vitens, the Police and more. This to work collectively on sustainability challenges that the organisations encounter (SDGs).

See here for more information and registration.


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Principles of Italian Law course

Do you wish to enrich your curriculum by demonstrating that you are an active student who takes part in extracurricular activities? Are you keen to broaden your comparative outlook? Are you genuinely interested in learning the basics of the Italian legal system?

Then the Principles of Italian Law (PIL) course is just for you. PIL is a student-lead initiative covering the fundamentals of the Italian legal order. It consists of interactive lectures with UM staff and external experts.


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Join Premium

Do you want to work on your professional competencies and your post-study network? Are your internship possibilities falling through due to COVID?

Apply for Premium, UM’s honours programme for MA students. In Premium you work in an interdisciplinary team (4-5 students) for a real world client, supported by a mentor and personal coach.

The deadline for applications is 16 November, at 12.00. More information on how to apply can be found here.


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Call for contributions to the Working on Europe Paper Series

The Working on Europe Paper Series (WEPS) is a joint project of the Maastricht Working on Europe research programme and the Centre for European Research in Maastricht (CERiM).

We call for contributions on a wide range of topics in European affairs, stimulating theoretical and empirical interdisciplinary academic debate, as well as promoting dialogue with policymakers, stakeholders and citizens from Europe and beyond.


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