WEASA 2017 has officially begun!

3 July 2017

WEASA 2017 has officially begun! The first day was quite a packed one. Participants got to know one another, both at mealtimes and at a visit to the wonderful Wilanów Palace. The whole day culminated in our formal opening ceremony and a formal dinner in the palace. Participants listened to... { read more }

WEASA 2017 recruitment results

14 April 2017

WEASA 2017 selected candidates have been informed of the Selection Committee decision. Selection of WEASA 2017 participants was an extremly hard task, as this year we have recieved more than 400 applications. We would like to thank all the applicants for the interest in WEASA.

Call for applications: WEASA for Western Balkans

26 January 2017

We are happy to announce WEASA  2017 extension for the citizens of the Western Balkan Countries. The WEASA 2017 edition will be devoted to the issue of “Digital Community: Security, Information and Economy”. We encourage in particular up-and-coming policy analysts, experts, advisers, civil servants, journalists, private sector specialists and NGOs... { read more }

WEASA 2016 publication

26 January 2017

We are happy to present WEASA 2016 publication in which WEASA participants and speakers present their reflection on the issues covered during the fourth edition of the Academy. Our authors covered the following topics: Euro-Atlantic support to Eastern Partnership countries on Regional Policy and Development: Introduction (Hrant Kostanyan) Lessons from... { read more }


20 December 2016

The College of Europe Natolin Campus, the German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) and the Polish-American Freedom Foundation (PAFF) announce a call for applications for the fifth edition of the Warsaw Euro-Atlantic Summer Academy (WEASA) which is scheduled to take place between 2 and 15 July 2017. The WEASA 2017 edition... { read more }

Call for proposals - WEASA 2016 publication

7 September 2016

WEASA 2016 participants are welcome to submit their policy briefs proposals to be included in the WEASA 2016 publication. Requirements: Policy briefs should discuss the issues that fall within one of the WEASA 2016 key topics: Cross-border cooperation; Central-regional relations, including the role of regional elites; Regional security and crisis... { read more }