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The Konrad Adenauer Foundation, the Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies, the “Iustinianus Primus” Faculty of Law and the “Max van der Stoel” Institute at the South East European University, are announcing call for participation at the series of lectures with a working title: “Cathedra Adenauer 2015”.
“Cathedra Adenauer” represents an international scientific and educational platform through which young students and scientists will attain broader understanding of all the significant aspects of the EU integration process.  
“Cathedra Adenauer” represents a collection of four (4) scientific conferences where the participants will be presented with the latest findings in this field, delivered by confirmed scientific and political authorities from the EU member states, as well as other countries from the region, receiving an appropriate international certificate at the end of the event.
 All students who have completed their sixth semester of studies have the right to apply to the “Cathedra Adenauer”, including Master’s students, as well as young scientists from all universities, whose focus of interest are the political, economic, legal, social, cultural and other aspects of the European integration process.   
All interested candidates are expected to send an e-mail application in English, titled “Cathedra Adenauer 2015”, latest by 20th February 2015, with the following documents attached:
- Curriculum Vitae and
- Motivational Letter for participation not extending one page
The application should be sent to the following email address: and Cc: to the following email address:
The official language of the “Cathedra Adenauer 2015” is English; therefore, all applicants are expected to have advanced use of English.  Incomplete and untimely applications will not be taken into consideration. All applicants are given equal chances to be selected and will be contacted by the organizers after the selection process is completed.


With the start of the spring semester of the 2014 it was inaugurated the first cycle of the Diplomatic Lectures Series 2014. These are public lecture series once a month with well known diplomats and ambassadors within the new launched module Friends Lecture Series of the Max van der Stoel Scientific Institute.

Diplomatic Lectures Series

-Ambassador of the EU Aivo Orav

             Topic: “EU enlargement in ever-changing Europe”

              Date: 14 May 2014

-Ambassador of the Germany Gudrun Steinacker

             Topic: “The Bilateral Diplomacy versus Multilateral Diplomacy Experiences in Macedonia”

              Date: 08 April 2014

-Ambassador of the France Laurence Auer

             Topic: “Contemporary principles and doctrines of the French Foreign Policy“

              Date: 31 March  2014  

-Ambassador of the OSCE Ralf Breth

             Topic: “The added value of the OSCE’s Mission to Skopje for the country”.

             Date: 26 March 2014

-Ambassador of the Netherlands Marriet Schuurman

             Topic: "The foreign policy of Netherlands" 

              Date: 19 March 2014