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Transparency International Summer School on Integrity

Written by Guest on Monday, 18 March 2013

The Summer School aims to provide participants from across the world with an opportunity to learn first-hand from professionals working in the anti-corruption field.


The Transparency International Summer School will take place between 8-14 July in Vilnius Lithuania.

The Summer School aims to provide participants from across the world with an opportunity to learn first-hand from professionals working in the anti-corruption field.

Participants of the Transparency International Summer School on Integrity will learn about the causes of corruption and explore practical ways in which societies can become more transparent and accountable.

The Summer School welcomes applications from students as well as young professionals. University students will be able to earn 6 ECTS credits upon successful completion of the course.

The course participation fee is 400 EUR. The fee covers accommodation meals, study material and extra-curricular activities. Participants are expected to cover their own travel expenses (including visas, insurance, etc.). Students may be granted a partial tuition fee waiver in exceptional cases.

To apply and learn more about the Transparency International Summer School go to transparencyschool.org

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