Presentation of DIPLOCAT's international scholarships for the 2023/24 academic year

The European Interdisciplinary Studies programme at the College of Europe was also presented during the online information session on 15 November

An online information session took place on Tuesday 15 November to present DIPLOCAT's Scholarship Program and the European Interdisciplinary Studies Programme at the College of Europe in Natolin (Warsaw). The session introduced the different options currently offered by the College of Europe and DIPLOCAT's scholarships to study master's degrees in international studies abroad.

The scholarships are aimed at university graduates who have completed undergraduate studies at a Catalan university or who are in their final year of study and want to undertake master's studies abroad on European integration or international relations. Both training programs with a general approach or specialized programs in international relations, politics, law, economics, commerce, development cooperation, human rights or European integration are accepted, as long as they hold an international perspective.

Laura Foraster, Secretary General of DIPLOCAT, welcomed the participants in the presentation session, and she was followed by Mattia Filippin, director of Publicity and Recruitment at the College of Europe in Natolin; Ivan Hortal, former DIPLOCAT grantee at the College of Europe in Natolin; and Elisabet Moragas, senior project manager at DIPLOCAT.