Este curso de verano de dos semanas proporciona un enfoque multidisciplinario y global para el estudio del problema de las drogas en Europa y otras regiones. 

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The University Institute of Lisbon (ISCTE-IUL) and the EMCDDA will be joining forces again in July 2014 to hold the third European summer school on ‘Illicit drugs in Europe: demand, supply and public policies’. Registration opened on 15 January for the two-week course, which will take place in Lisbon from 30 June to 11 July.

This two-week summer school prepares professionals and students to meet the complex policy challenges that face Europe in the field of drugs. Involving scientific experts from the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA), but also university professors and policy-makers, it provides a multi-disciplinary and inclusive approach to the study of the drug problem in Europe and beyond. As this summer school will give 6 ECTS credits for its courses, students can easily transfer credits to other European universities using the ECTS system. Credits will be attributed formally to post graduate students (Master and PHD), but it is possible to allow undergraduate to use these credits in their home universities.

The first two summer schools in 2012 and 2013 brought together around 60 students from over 15 EU
Member States, as well as countries from Asia and Latin America.

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