Top Schools launch European Transnational Governance Network

 European Transnational Governance Network
Professionals can combine executive training opportunities at eight of Europe’s most reputable academic institutions

Launching its new executive training course catalogue today, the European Transnational Governance Network (ETGN) is a newly formed collaborative partnership between eight of Europe’s most reputable academic institutions. Its mission is to provide professionals and executives with a unique opportunity to extend their knowledge and contribute to their professional development across several innovative public policy areas by participating in a number of diverse, though complementary, training programmes.

By leveraging the comparative advantage of each institution’s unique training curriculum, an ETGN programme certification aims to sharpen participants’ analytical skills while enhancing the thought processes necessary to understand the most complex economic and political challenges.

ETGN Network Members include: Central European University (CEU), College of Europe Bruges, College of Europe Natolin, Ecole Nationale d’Administration (ENA), Hertie School, School of Transnational Governance at the European University Institute (EUI), Sciences Po, and SDA Bocconi.

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