These visits are designed to provide citizens aged 18 or over with opportunities for more detailed study of specific subjects relating to European integration. The opportunity to carry out research in the European Parliament's library or historical archives (in both cases in Luxembourg only) is also offered.
The maximum duration of a study visit is one month. Anyone who has already completed a European Parliament traineeship must wait six months before applying for a study visit.
There are three options:
- If you want to visit the European Parliament's library, you should apply by email to StudyVisit@ep.europa.eu with Library-Luxembourg@ep.europa.eu in copy.
- If you want to visit Parliament's archives, you should apply by email to StudyVisit@ep.europa.eu with Arch-Info@ep.europa.eu in copy.
- Applications for any other type of visit should be made to StudyVisit@ep.europa.eu at least two months before the intended start date for the visit.
Once it has been checked that the relevant European Parliament departments or bodies can accommodate you, you will be informed whether your application has been successful.
In accordance with the rules in force, the European Parliament will not meet costs of any nature incurred by visitors.