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The European Union: Past, Present & Possible Futures (Entire Class Series)

125.00 IVA included

Course Details

Dates: Oct. 25 – Dec. 13, 2018
Day & Time: Thursdays 6.30 – 8 PM
Language: English (levels B2 & up)

Minimum Enrollment: 6 people
Maximum Enrollment: 25 people
Enrollment Deadline: Thursday, 18 October at 23:59

Enrollment Policy
The class is not confirmed until after the enrollment deadline. If minimum enrollment is not reached by 23:59 on the enrollment deadline, the class will instead be canceled and all registrants will be notified by e-mail. Your credit card will not be charged unless the class is confirmed (though we will issue a pre-authorization at the moment of registration).

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Description

The European Union is one of the world’s most powerful global players. The Union’s geographical position, financial resources and history together impose a large influence on the rest of the globe’s economy and politics. This course will introduce participants to the European Union: what it is, how it works, where it came from and where it might go from here.

Course Modules

  • 25 Oct. – Introduction: What is the EU?
  • 8 Nov. – Past, Present & Future of the European Union
  • 15 Nov. – EU Institutions and their Functions
  • 29 Nov. – The Euro and the Eurozone
  • 6 Dec. – Policies to Promote Business throughout Europe.
  • 13 Dec. – Policies to Regulate Business throughout Europe.

About the Instructor

Francesca Romana Lenzi is an associate professor of Sociology and Transition studies at the European University of Rome and of Business and International Trade at Temple University in Rome.

Prof. Lenzi holds a Ph.D. in European History (Sapienza Università di Roma), as well as degrees in International Relations – Transition Studies (LUISS) and Psychology and Social Processes (Sapienza). She has previously taught courses at LUISS and Sapienza Università di Roma.

In 2006 Prof. Lenzi worked as a research fellow for UN-ECLAC – United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean in Santiago, Chile. More recently Dr. Lenzi served as project assistant to the OECD Leed Program in Trento, Italy.

Today, Prof. Lenzi’s main fields of research include: dynamic psychology, sociology of postmodernism, nutrition transition, business, collective behavior and collective trauma, and transition studies.

Additional information

Language

English (levels B2 & up)

Enrollment

Minimum Enrollment: 6, Maximum Enrollment: 25

Enrollment Deadline

18 October at 23:59

Enrollment Policy

The class is not confirmed until after the enrollment deadline. If minimum enrollment is not reached by 23:59 on the enrollment deadline, the class will instead be canceled. In case of cancellation all registrants will be notified by e-mail and issued a full refund.

Refund Policy

You may send us an e-mail to cancel your registration anytime before the enrollment deadline. Registrations are no longer refundable after the enrollment deadline has passed.

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