The EIB Institute: partnering with universities

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The EIB Institute: partnering with universities

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The Institute supports higher education and research activities, mainly through grants or sponsorships (EIBURS, STAREBEI).

The Institute fosters higher education through cooperation agreements with universities and research centres across Europe (London School of Economics, Sciences-Po, Université du Luxembourg, University College London, Collège d'Europe, SDA Bocconi…).

This entails conducting student consultancy projects (Capstones) on selected topics relevant to the EIB Group’s activities, organising courses on the EIB Group’s role, missions and activities and organising seminars and conferences with prominent speakers to encourage knowledge dissemination and innovative thinking about issues of particular concern to the EIB Group.

In 2018, the Institute organised the first EIB Summer School, a week of lectures where EIB Group staff members shared their expertise about the EIB Group’s role and impact on European and non-European stakeholders in terms of economic and social development and sustainability.

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