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Students from School Philosophy and Letters make their curricular trip to Brussels, Rome and Washington.

The Instagram account of the School has collected in a travel diary the chronicles and images of each workshop, which we collect in this news item

FotoCedidas/Photosof the cities that some students of the School have visited: Brussels, Rome and Washington.

31 | 05 | 2022

Brussels, Rome and Washington. These are the cities that have hosted for a few days some students from the School of Philosophy and Letters, in the framework of the curricular trips that they make during the degree program as a training complement.

From 23 to 28 May, the students of the 1st and 3rd year of the Degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) got to know first-hand some of the main scenarios of development of politics and International Office in Europe. During their stay in what has become the capital of the European Union, Brussels, they attended various training sessions given by professionals from institutions such as the Permanent Representation of Spain to the EU (REPER), the European Parliament, the European Commission, or the Official Spanish Chamber of Commerce in Belgium and Luxembourg, among others.

We share below the diary of the trip to Brussels. To access each day's publication, click on the corresponding image:


goal With the aim of getting a first-hand look at the topography and archaeology of Ancient Rome, which they have studied during the course at the Seminars and at the laboratory of Archaeology, the students of the Diploma in Archaeology set off on 23 May for the "eternal city". The experts Javier Domingo, professor of Archaeology at the Pontificia Università della Santa Croce; Pedro Carvalho, from the University of Coimbra; Héctor Devesa, former professor at the School of Architecture University of Navarra; Federico Filiè, PhD student of the Universitá di Roma Tre; Antonio Pizzo, director of the Spanish School of History and Archaeology of the committee Superior School of Scientific Research in Rome; and Silvia Orlandi, professor of Roman Epigraphy at the Università La Sapienza di Roma, the students visited some of the most emblematic places of the capital of the ancient Empire: the Roman Forum, the Flavian Amphitheatre, the Palatine Hill, the Circus Maximus, the Baths of Caracalla, the Pantheon, the colony of Ostia, the city of Tusculum, and the archaeological park of Appia Antica, among others.

This is what our students' trip to Rome was like. To access each day's publication, click on the corresponding image:

For their part, the 2nd and 4th year students of Degree at Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) set off for the United States on 24 May. During these days, they have visited the most emblematic places and institutions of the nation's capital, Washington D.C.: George Washington's birthplace; the Library Services of the congress of the United States; the International Monetary Fund; the World Bank; or the Spanish Embassy in D.C. status They have also met with experts from different fields such as politics, Economics and diplomacy, where they have had the opportunity to acquire new knowledge and reflect on issues such as the current conflict in Russia and Ukraine; diplomacy; the role of philosophers in society; and political communication, among others. On their trip to the United States, our students were also able to visit New York. During their workshop in the city that never sleeps, they had a session on the work of the Permanent Delegation of Spain to the United Nations and attended a talk at the headquarters of the World Youth Alliance.

This is how our students have experienced their trip to the United States. To access each day's publication, click on the corresponding image: