Study Trips

The club organizes one study trip every semester to different countries to give members a chance to visit international institutions, meet governmental officials and professionals and learn from their expertise.

  • Hague  trip – The club members had the chance to visit the Dutch Parliament, International Court of Justice and the International Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia.

  • Brussels trip – During the Brussels trip the 20 students had a chance to visit the European Parliament, European Commission, the European Council, the Belgian Parliament and the International Organization for Migration. The students also met with John Cabot University alumni working in the European institution.
  • Strasbourg trip – The International Society 14-member Delegation of John Cabot University participated in the European Youth Event (EYE), which took place in the European Parliament seat in Strasbourg on 20-21 May 2016. Not only was it a unique opportunity to make their voices heard, but also this event was an excellent platform for listening to the stances of thousands young Europeans on the current issues the EU is facing. Moreover, the EYE gathered hundreds of entrepreneurs and social activists, which is an ideal atmosphere for networking.
  • Budapest trip – Between October 21-24, the International Relations Society  and the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs jointly organized a visit to Budapest during the celebrations of the anniversary of the 1956 Revolution. 24 JCU students participated, led by Prof. Federigo Argentieri. The program included visits to The Terror House Museum, Memento Park, the Coven Alley, and the Kisfogház prison.

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