70 years ago …

The College of Europe was founded in 1949 by leading European figures such as Salvador DE MADARIAGA, Winston CHURCHILL, Paul Henri SPAAK and Alcide DE GASPERI in the wake of the first Congress of the European Movement in The Hague in 1948. The idea was to establish an institute where university graduates from many different European countries could study and live together in preparation for careers related to European cooperation and integration.
Have a look at the short history video featuring Rector MONAR, Professor VANHOVE and prominent alumni Professor Dame Helen WALLACE and Mr Margaritis SCHINAS.

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