The EP to Campus programme allows Universities to benefit from the expertise and experience of former Members of the European Parliament who will share their insights into how the EU institutions really work and what are the factors that shape EU decision-making. You will find detailed information about it in the brochure here in the language of your choice: BG /CS/DA/DE/EL/EN/ES/ET/FI /FR/GA/HU/IT/LT/LV/MT/NL/PL/PT/RO/SK/SL/SV/TR.
How it works

The initiative to include the participation of former MEPs comes from the University that is organising a conference, a seminar or a tutorial. The University is required to fill in the  application form. The guidelines will help you for this purpose. The FMA will then aim to match the requirements of the institution with FMA members available, using a database which contains details of the areas of expertise of former MEPs. The FMA sends a shortlist of names to the University from which you will make your final pick. The University is always in charge and only you decide on the final candidate. This of course includes the right to reject all of those offered if you are not happy. The database from which we choose these persons is available in the  Speakers' Bureau section and includes a list of those FMA members who are interested in participating in the programme.