Day of professional access to european institutions

The EGL continues to work on its commitment to the comprehensive education of its students by providing opportunities to support students' personal and professional growth.
The Isabel la Católica School of Government and Leadership (EGL) of the Faculty of Law, Business and Government of the Francisco de Vitoria University organized an exciting day focused on professional access to European institutions for UFV students with a European vocation. This took place at the official headquarters of the European Parliament in Madrid on Wednesday the 25th of October.

Reception and welcoming

A group of 100 students from the Isabel la Católica School of Government and Leadership were welcomed by María Andrés, Director of the European Parliament Office in Spain.

At this opening and during her speech, she welcomed the students to whom she pointed out that in view of the great challenges facing the European Union “they are no longer the future, but the present, they are Europe”. She was joined by María Canal, UFV alumni and current economic advisor (European Semester Officer) at the European Commission in Madrid, and Julia Borque, Public and Institutional Relations in the context of civil society at the European Parliament in Madrid.

Job opportunities and internships at European institutions

The informative session generated exceptional interest, introducing students to the wide range of job opportunities, attractive paid internships and European competitive exams. This European space, specifically designed for young university students, was an open window of possibilities, aimed at enriching their CVs and preparing them for a constantly evolving professional future.

The EGL continues to work on its commitment to the comprehensive education of its students by providing opportunities to help students’ personal and professional growth. This initiative inaugurates a pathway for students with a vocation for public service in Europe, which will be based on the values created and established by the founding fathers of the EU.

Multidisciplinary Participation

On this occasion, students from a diverse range of degrees took part, from Journalism, Audiovisual Communication, International Relations, Law, Cybersecurity, to Philosophy, Politics and Economics, among others.

In an increasingly interconnected world, these experiences are crucial for young people to understand the political and professional dynamics that will influence their future and the future of Europe.

The School of Government and Leadership was created to identify, attract, train and mentor future service leaders who can guide societies through an era of profound and far-reaching change.