Executive course in european studies

Executive course in european studies
Cycle des hautes études européennes

2017 Session under the patronage of Mr Herman Van Rompuy

The CHEE, a springboard for achieving your European projects and accelerating your career

The Executive course in European Studies (CHEE) provides a solid grasp of procedures and major European issues. It is a powerful lever for the creation of influential professional networks and the implementation of European projects. As a mobility tool, the CHEE promotes career progression through the Europeanization of profiles.

For whom is the Executive Course in European Studies (CHEE) intended?

The “CHEE” cycle is designed for a class of some 40 high-potential participants from Europe or non-European countries, from different professional backgrounds, with proven responsibility in their sphere and at least 6 years of professional experience.

Applicants must have a perfect command of French and at least a passive knowledge of English. No knowledge of or professional experience in the European sphere is required.

What does the “CHEE” cycle consist of?

The “CHEE” cycle is divided into 10 modules, taught from January to November (see overleaf):
- an integration seminar in January;
- modules scheduled in Paris, Strasbourg, Brussels and various capital cities.

The cycle includes a main core and in-depth study of topical issues.

The 2016 session will be placed under the patronage of Mr Herman VAN ROMPUY, Former President of the European Council (2009-2014) and Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Belgium (2008-2009) who will participate in some of the cycle modules.

“CHEE” teaching content

“CHEE” teaching content and methods centre primarily on concrete experience. The “CHEE” makes it possible for students to meet high-level professionals in the sphere of European affairs. It places great importance on case studies and simulation of EU negotiations. A series of exchanges are also planned between participants.

“CHEE” application procedure

Application forms are to be downloaded from the ENA website (www.ena.fr).
Applications are to be mailed to ENA (see address overleaf) by 15 October 2016.

To find out more

To find out more, please download the PDF below (526.4 Ko) :

PDF - 526.4 kb
CHEE - Information (in english, PDF, 526.4Ko)

Admission form

To download the admission form, please click on the icon below (PDF, 281.4 Ko):

PDF - 281.4 kb
Admission Form (PDF, 281.4 Ko)

JPEG

Published on 27/07/2016

top of the page