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Natolin Fellowship Programme

Natolin Fellowship Programme – for young professionals from Ukraine, Moldova, and Georgia


The Natolin Fellowship Programme is funded by the EU and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Lithuania as part of and in the framework of the project EU4YOUTH – Phase III Youth Employment, and Entrepreneurship programme Scholarship Scheme for Eastern Partners at the College of Europe in Natolin (“EU4Youth-Natolin4EaP”, Grant Agreement concluded in 2021).

The Natolin Fellowship Programme is a new 8-month non-degree professional development programme, which can facilitate the development of professional skills, enhance employability of young professionals and their personal development, and ultimately expose them to different views and knowledge-sharing, taking whenever possible young people with fewer opportunities.

Concurrently, it is designed to reinforce European Union’s efforts to support Ukraine and Moldova who have already started their EU accession negotiations, as well as Georgia who has been granted a candidate status. This Programme embodies a perfect platform for aspiring young professionals to contribute to the progress of their countries by building human capital.

The offer of the Natolin Fellowship Programme comprises:

  • An 8 month-long non-degree professional and employability-oriented programme for young people coming from Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia, tailored for individuals with a robust educational and professional interest in European affairs; the Programme will be divided into two phases and supported by dedicated mentors:
    • knowledge and skills-based modules in traditional, blended, and e-learning formats;
    • and an internship/traineeship, in virtual or blended formats, for a hands-on practical perspective in a dedicated professional environment;
  • Financial support for all admitted participants in the form of dedicated scholarships.

Find out more HERE.