The Lucha School for Economic & Political Studies (short LUSE) is a two weeks intense programme for new generations of leaders who advocate for individual, economic and political freedoms.
The first class of students will graduate in August 2020.
Application process will be open for students from Montenegro, Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The LUSE will be held during summer for two weeks in Montenegro.
The Lucha School for Economic & Political Studies (or The Lucha School for Economics, or shortly LUSE) is a two weeks intense programme for new generations of leaders who advocate for individual, economic and political freedoms.
The LUSE consists of three major components. The first is morning lecture that is delivered from experts in different fields of economics, politics or journalism. The second component is a discussion of the case studies which are based on real-life examples and which are relevant for the participants. The third and most crucial component is a group research project which will be part of the final publication that will be presented on the Young Leaders Forum.
More information about the programme will be published throughout the year.
Admission period for the first generation of students at the LUSE will begin on December 15th, 2019.
Deadline for submitting application for the first generation at the LUSE will be on February 15th, 2020.
All successful students will receive the LUSE Acceptance Letter in which they will be offered with a scholarship for attending the LUSE.
The first generation of students will be invited for the LUSE reception which will be organised in Podgorica, capital of Montenegro where they will be able to meet lecturers, curriculum and to find out more about scholarship.
The opening ceremony of the Lucha School for Economics will be held on August 15th, 2020.
The graduation ceremony of the Lucha School for Economics will be held on August 29th, 2020.
Successful students will be invited to take participation and the role of the speaker to the Young Leaders Forum which will be held in Budva, Montenegro.
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