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EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT TO CAMPUS PROGRAMME  

The EP to Campus programme allows Universities to benefit from the expertise and experience of former Members of the European Parliament who will share their insights into how the EU institutions really work and what are the factors shaping EU decision-making.

The initiative to include the participation of former MEPs originates from the University organising a conference, a seminar or a tutorial. The University is required to fill in our Application form. The Guidelines will help you for this purpose. The FMA will then aim at matching the requirements of the institution with FMA available members, exploiting a database which contains details concerning the areas of expertise of any former MEPs. The FMA sends a shortlist of names to the University from which the University will finally decide. The University is the one and only in charge to deciding on the final candidate. This of course includes the right to reject all the proposed candidates whom you are not happy with. The database from which we choose these persons is available in the Speakers' Bureau section and includes a non exhaustive list of FMA members who are interested in participating in the programme.

For the financial aspects, see Financing. You can also consult  2017 EP to Campus calendar  

EP to Campus Brochure to download in all EU languages:
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You can also find some insight from professors and speakers who already profited from the programme. In 2014, the FMA cooperated with the University of Salamanca (Spain), the European University of Tirana (Albania), the Chemnitz University of Chemnitz (Germany), the Poznan University of Technology (Poland), the Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca (Romania), the University of Passau (Germany), the Dokuz Eylul University (Turkey), the Georg-August-Universität Göttingen (Germany), the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy (Ukraine), the University of Economics Varna (Bulgaria), the State University of Mordavia Ogarev in Saransk (Russia), the American University in Bulgaria and the De Monfort University (UK).