Cambridge University European Horizons is a student-run policy-led incubator. We exist to understand our EU political climate, further European integration and deeper transatlantic relations.
Cambridge University European Horizons is the world's only student-run policy-led incubator focused on understanding European identity and integration.
We exist to understand our EU political climate, further European integration and deeper transatlantic relations. Our advisory board includes Jean-Claude Trichet, former President of the European Central Bank, and Klaus Welle, Secretary-General of the European Parliament. We organise, lead and produce innovative, scalable and practical EU-centric policy research papers and proposals. The best students from different fields in Cambridge come together to deliver high-quality work over a period of months. Select proposals are received by the European Commission to inform policy decisions, delivering real impact and driving substantive change. We also organise conferences and events, inviting the best politicians, academics, historians and economists from around the continent to richen our EU policy debates.
CUEH is a great place to sharpen your analytical skills, and deliver real impact in your time at Cambridge University. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
If you're interested in being part of our membership (it's free!), you can join the Facebook group here: https://pos.li/2gxem4
In the past year, European Horizons Cambridge has produced 4 high-quality papers and 12 blogposts, organised 10 events with ambassadors, dignitaries, journalists and academics, and planned an international conference drawing 100 delegates from across Europe.
You can read past short-form research here: https://cambridge8.wixsite.com/cueh/research
Previously published journal articles from the Cambridge chapter can be found here: https://www.europeanhorizons.org/publications
If you're interested in being part of a student-led think-tank in the world dedicated to the study of European integration and identity, consider signing up to be part of our 2020-2021 committee.
You can apply here, with applications closing at noon (GMT+1) on 12th October: https://pos.li/2gxem3