European Affairs

Welcome to the European Affairs Society! 


The primary objective of the new society is to delve into and champion the core values, artistic heritage, and foreign policies of the EU across all academic areas at Anglia Ruskin campuses. While it encompasses all disciplines, there's a special emphasis on Legal and International Relations courses. This society offers a welcoming platform for international students to enhance their understanding, form lasting bonds, expand their professional connections, and navigate the intricate matters related to European affairs. This will be achieved through various events, discussions, and group interactions.
 

The European Affairs Society is a group aimed at bringing together students interested in EU affairs, politics, and Europe in general, and educating the wider university community on the importance of a strong EU-UK bond, especially following Brexit. The Society aims to hold regular events, including socials, guest talks with speakers from the EU institutions and beyond, as well as debates and discussions on the most pressing current issues. Students of all backgrounds and disciplines are welcomed to join. 

Examples of events include, seminar talks on what is European union, studying international law, professions in international law, debates and networking events.

Future Events 2024: 

Thursday, 7th March 2024 at 4:00pm - How to run your business post Brexit in 2024

Join us for an insightful event on navigating post-Brexit business operations in 2024. Our esteemed guest speakers include Denise Osterwald, Legal Director at Birketts, specializing in UK immigration, nationality law, and global practice management; Suzanna Austin, Development Manager for Beds, Cambs, and Herts at the Federation of Small Businesses; and Professor Catherine Barnard, a distinguished expert in European and Employment Law. Gain valuable insights and strategies for running your business effectively amidst evolving regulatory landscapes.

Afterward, connect and network with legal professionals during our exclusive networking event, accompanied by wine and canapés. Don't miss out on this opportunity to gain knowledge and forge valuable connections in the dynamic business environment of a post-Brexit era.

  • Date: Thursday, 7th March 2024
  • Time: 16:00
  • Venue: Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge Campus COS 124

Please register to attend: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf0Xr0JN5ePVDB4xtnC2CcimptKqCtkKWsgdEF5uHszLN6NIg/viewform

Bake Sale. 

Navigating the Political Landscape: A Guide to Starting Your Career in Politics.

*All participants will receive a certificate of attendance from the Student Union*

Past Events 

Monday, 30th October 2023The Study of the European Union Law

 Join us for an enlightening session as we navigate the intricate corridors of European Union law, guided by Ms Joana Ribeiro de Faria, a PhD scholar from the esteemed University of Cambridge.

  • Date: Monday, October 30, 2023
  • Time: 15:00
  • Venue: Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge Campus LAB 221

*All participants will receive a certificate of attendance from the Student Union*

 

Memberships

  • European Affairs Standard Membership£3.60
  • European Affairs - Cambridge - 1st Year Free Membership£0.00

Society Committee

President

Treasurer

European Affairs

Welcome to the European Affairs Society! 


The primary objective of the new society is to delve into and champion the core values, artistic heritage, and foreign policies of the EU across all academic areas at Anglia Ruskin campuses. While it encompasses all disciplines, there's a special emphasis on Legal and International Relations courses. This society offers a welcoming platform for international students to enhance their understanding, form lasting bonds, expand their professional connections, and navigate the intricate matters related to European affairs. This will be achieved through various events, discussions, and group interactions.
 

The European Affairs Society is a group aimed at bringing together students interested in EU affairs, politics, and Europe in general, and educating the wider university community on the importance of a strong EU-UK bond, especially following Brexit. The Society aims to hold regular events, including socials, guest talks with speakers from the EU institutions and beyond, as well as debates and discussions on the most pressing current issues. Students of all backgrounds and disciplines are welcomed to join. 

Examples of events include, seminar talks on what is European union, studying international law, professions in international law, debates and networking events.

Future Events 2024: 

Thursday, 7th March 2024 at 4:00pm - How to run your business post Brexit in 2024

Join us for an insightful event on navigating post-Brexit business operations in 2024. Our esteemed guest speakers include Denise Osterwald, Legal Director at Birketts, specializing in UK immigration, nationality law, and global practice management; Suzanna Austin, Development Manager for Beds, Cambs, and Herts at the Federation of Small Businesses; and Professor Catherine Barnard, a distinguished expert in European and Employment Law. Gain valuable insights and strategies for running your business effectively amidst evolving regulatory landscapes.

Afterward, connect and network with legal professionals during our exclusive networking event, accompanied by wine and canapés. Don't miss out on this opportunity to gain knowledge and forge valuable connections in the dynamic business environment of a post-Brexit era.

  • Date: Thursday, 7th March 2024
  • Time: 16:00
  • Venue: Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge Campus COS 124

Please register to attend: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf0Xr0JN5ePVDB4xtnC2CcimptKqCtkKWsgdEF5uHszLN6NIg/viewform

Bake Sale. 

Navigating the Political Landscape: A Guide to Starting Your Career in Politics.

*All participants will receive a certificate of attendance from the Student Union*

Past Events 

Monday, 30th October 2023The Study of the European Union Law

 Join us for an enlightening session as we navigate the intricate corridors of European Union law, guided by Ms Joana Ribeiro de Faria, a PhD scholar from the esteemed University of Cambridge.

  • Date: Monday, October 30, 2023
  • Time: 15:00
  • Venue: Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge Campus LAB 221

*All participants will receive a certificate of attendance from the Student Union*

 

Upcoming Events

We don't have anything planned right now but check back soon!