Association of Alumni of the College of Europe
Association des anciens du collège d'Europe
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June 1951, Bruges (Belgium), as Association of Former Students of the College of Europe -- Association des anciens étudiants du Collège d'Europe, after the first academic year of College of Europe. Registered in accordance with Belgian law. Previously known as College of Europe Alumni.
Maintain and develop the links forged as students of the College of Europe; develop a network between the alumni and private and public sector enterprises and organizations; serve and promote the cause of European integration; enhance the College's reputation and position as one of the foremost centres for postgraduate studies in European affairs.Available with paid subscription only.
Runs the Careers Office, which aims to promote the optimal use of each Alumnus' skills. Organizes conferences and meetings. Set up Madariaga - College of Europe Foundation.
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