The Natolin scholarship programme is funded by the EU and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Lithuania under the EU4YOUTH - Phase III Youth Employment, and Entrepreneurship Programme Scholarship Scheme for Eastern Partners at the College of Europe in Natolin ("EU4Youth-Natolin4EaP", grant agreement signed in 2021).

The offer of the Natolin scholarship programme includes:

  • 8-month, non-degree, professional and employment-oriented programme for young people from Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia, designed for individuals with a strong educational and professional interest in European affairs; the programme will be divided into two phases and supported by dedicated mentors:
    • knowledge and skills-based modules in traditional, blended and e-learning formats;
    • an internship/traineeship, in virtual or blended formats, for a hands-on practical perspective in a dedicated professional environment;
  • Financial support for all admitted participants in the form of dedicated scholarships.

Learn more about the Natolin program.