Outline programme 2019

The two weeks of the summer school will be structured around four main modules (introductory notions, including dispute settlement; maritime safety, maritime security and marine environmental protection; individuals at sea; delimitation) during which a mixture of traditional ex cathedra lectures, to be delivered by academics and practitioners, and less conventional learning opportunities will take place. Additional activities will include a half-day roundtable on seaports and a one-day study visit to the Italian Navy’s Hydrographic Institute. Group works will also be organized, with a view to further deepening the knowledge of the topics covered during the modules and to stimulate interaction among participants.

Typically, teaching will occupy four academic hours in the morning and two academic hours in the afternoon. On the last day of the summer school, Friday 6 September, there will be no afternoon session. In total, 56 academic hours of didactics will be ensured.

The detailed schedule of the 2019 edition of the summer school will be uploaded soon. The above description is subject to adjustments until confirmed as final.

Those who have successfully participated to the various activities will be issued a certificate of attendance.

Some extracurricular events will be included too. Watch this space or drop an email to the EULoS team to know more!

The full programme of the EULoS summer school has now been released.

The official flyer of the 2019 edition of the summer school is now available for download.

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