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We are pleased to continue the honorable tradition of awarding College of Europe students with the best MA thesis on the Eastern Partnership (EaP).
This year GIP awarded the College of Europe student, Kristina KRÁLOVÁ for the best MA Thesis on the Eastern Partnership (EaP). Kristina will receive a GIP prize for the thesis titled EU as a global digital leader? Lessons from GDPR externalization in Georgia and Moldova.
GIP established its special prize for the best MA Thesis on Eastern Partnership for College of Europe students last year on the basis of the Memorandum of Understanding signed between the Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP) and the College of Europe.
The MA thesis prize aims at promoting academic research on the EaP region, as well as at encouraging young scholars’ ideas and research on the future prospects of the Eastern Partnership program. Students of both Bruges and Natolin campuses, who obtain the mark of 16/20 (Very good) or higher and whose research covers the EaP region – either by providing a comparative study of two EaP countries or by discussing the prospect of the EaP format – are eligible to apply for the MA thesis prize. This year, GIP received 17 entries for the award competition.
The GIP award was presented at the College of Europe’s Natolin Graduation Ceremony of the Éliane VOGEL-POLSKY Promotion 2021/2022, held on June 24, 2022.
Photo gallery of the Closing Ceremony for the Eliane Vogel-Polsky Promotion 2021/2022 of the College of Europe – Bruges Campus