Welcome to our website!

We have developed ejcseminars.eu as a registration tool for journalists wishing to attend high-quality information briefings about a wide range of European affairs.

This site features up-to-date news about upcoming seminars organised by the European Journalism Centre and allows you to:

  • create your personal profile on-line
  • sign-up for latest briefing opportunities

Upcoming events

New events to be announced soon.

The European Journalism Centre is accepting applications for the Global Health Journalism Grant Programme for Germany! Over the coming 18 months, we will award 16 stipends to freelance…

Press trip to Jordan - NEW DATE

21 November - 22 November, Jordan

In cooperation with the European Commission's Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations (NEAR) department, the European Journalism Centre is organising a 2-day press visit for 15…

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Journalists' comments

Jakub Adamowicz - Luxemburger Wort - Luxembourg :

"The EJC seminars I had the privilege to participate in have contributed to my theory knowledge on EU institutions and policies. In particular, the excellent lectures on the ENP in the framework of the seminars have contributed to my thorough understanding of this EU policy. These seminars are unique because they bring together journalists from numerous EU member states, thus enabling information and perspective sharing. This in itself is an extremely useful and important phenomenon; especially at a time when the EU is about to mentally digest its 2004 enlargement. Thanks to participation in the seminars, one also has the possibility to expand her/his professional network."


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"Taking part in the well organised EJC-seminars was very interesting and rewarding in different ways. I was in Jordan and learned a lot about the situation in the Middle East and about the EU's role from a wider perspective. For me, the best part was being given the opportunity to spend an intense week with a group of colleagues from all over Europe. It is a smart way to gain a better understanding of how various EU-issues are perceived in different parts of Europe."


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