Students are asked for a contribution of 95 Euro, covering everything except travel costs.
In individual cases, Europainstitut grants reductions and travel scholarships to students interested in participation who cannot afford to pay the contribution of EUR 95.
If you wish to apply for a reduction and/or travel scholarship, please contact the organizers of the conference at email@example.com.
Christof ZellenbergBorn 1970 in Vienna. Master degree in Economics and Business Administration (Business University in Vienna, Austria).
Federal Chairman of the Paneuropean Youth Movement in Austria. Intern at the Leadership Institute in Washington, D.C., Federal Chairman of the Junge Europšische Studenteninitiative JES in Austria, Investment Banker M&A for CEE for the Raiffeisen Banking Group (1998-99), Director for Private Wealth Management for REE for Deutsche Bank (1999-2014), Private Equity Investor, Journalist. President of Europa Institut.
Christof speaks German, English and French.
Born 1986 in BanskŠ Bystrica. Master degree in Law (University of Vienna, Austria, and Comenius University in Bra-tislava, Slovak Republic).
Participant at the Toward a Free and Virtuous Society in 2007 (Sonntagberg) and the Acton University in 2008 (Grand Rapids, MI). Alumni of the Phoenix Institute Summer Seminar for the Study of Western Institutions, University of Notre Dame. Currently working as Associate at a business law firm in Vienna.
Pavel speaks Slovak, German, English and French.
Patricia SCHÖNBorn 1989 in Vienna. Currently pursuing masters studies in International Business Administration (Business University of Vienna, Austria).
Actively participating in activities of a conservative student
platform. Recently enrolled in an exchange program at the University of
Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand.
Born 1992 in Upper Austria. Studies law at the University of Vienna
and International Business Administration at the University of Business
and Economics, Vienna.