MEUCE Recognition Award Ceremony - European Studies Certificates (FIU)

Event information
Venue:Florida International University - Graham Center - GC 150

ImageFIU-MEUCE Hosts Recognition & Award Ceremony on May 9th

Every year, the Miami-Florida European Union Center of Excellence’s European Studies Program holds a Recognition and Award Ceremony for graduating seniors who in addition to have earning their bachelors have also worked towards the European Studies Certificate. The European Studies program is interdisciplinary – students choose from a wide range of courses including Art & Art History, Economics, History, Humanities, International Relations, Modern Language, Political Science, Religion, among others. In addition, the program requires students’ mastery of a European language. The certificate also allows students a chance to study abroad while earning their degree.

On Friday, May 9th, the MEUCE will recognize

1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
1/ FIU students who obtained their Undergraduate Certificates in European Studies in Spring 2014

2/ FIU students who obtained their Graduate Certificate in European Studies in Spring 2014

The FIU- MEUCE also will hold a recognition award ceremony for the high school freshmen and sophomores from Miami-Dade, Broward, who participated in the regional divisions of the 2014 Euro Challenge Competition on March 13, 2014.

2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
3/ The high schools that participated in the Local Euro-Challenge Competition 2014:

  • Archimedean Upper Conservatory
  • Coral Reef Senior High School
  • Felix Varela Senior High School
  • Fort Pierce Westwood High School
  • Gulliver Preparatory School
  • International School of Broward (ISB)
  • International Studies Preparatory Academy (ISPA)
  • Miami Palmetto Senior High School
  • Nova High School
  • Oasis High School
  • Trinity Preparatory School

Prestigious members of the European Community will present the participants with their certificates.

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