You are invited to the Czech Republic this summer ( 4 – 11 September) to participate in a week long summer school on Health Law which is being organised by the members of European Law Students’ Association in Brno.
The European Law Students’ Association (a.k.a. ELSA International) is a Europe-wide network of law students who share a common goal. Whilst ELSA London is not part of this network, we maintain good relations with many of our European friends and we are happy to promote their events to UK students as we feel they usually represent outstanding value and they present a fantastic opportunity for us to leave our island and socialise with our Continental cousins. ELSA’s international events are always great fun and the friends you make will hopefully remain with you for years to come.
ELSA Brno (Czech Republic) is organising a summer school on Health Law which will focus on topics such as Medical malpractice liability, Pharmaceutical law and Ethics. ELSA Brno wishes to invite the English Law Students’ Association to participate in their event. By special arrangement our Czech friends have kindly agreed to charge ELSA London members the UK / non favoured rate i.e. 31 euros per day inclusive food and accommodation.
Where is Brno?
Brno is in the region of Moravia and it is the Czech Republic’s second city (after Prague). It has a very big university plus lots of cheap bars and restuarants compared to the UK. Brno is also the home of the Czech Constitutional Court, the Supreme Administrative Court and the Ombudsman.
How do I get to Brno?
You can fly to Brno with Wizzair (from Luton) or Ryanair (from Stansted). Check out Skyscanner website for price comparisons
How do I apply?
You can find more info and download the application form here
Applications must be submitted by Thursday 30th June 2011