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Master degrees in European Studies / International Relations

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Such a programme employs an interdisciplinary approach, combining political science, history, international relations, economics and cultural studies. The focus is on the underlying issues of power and influence, governance and culture.

A programme like this one employs an interdisciplinary approach, combining political science, history, international relations and political economy. The focus is on the underlying issues of power and influence, governance and culture and how the EU tries to develop as an international actor.

This programme employs an interdisciplinary approach, combining political science, history, international relations, sociology and globalisation studies. The focus is on how Europe is affected by a changing world.


Identity and Integration

You will study contemporary challenges in Europe and the EU from the perspectives of history, arts and culture, media and politics. Open for application to students with a Bachelor's degree taken in the field of History, Literary studies, Modern European Languages or any other study that has trained you in the history or analysis of arts and culture. You need to be familiar with humanities methods and approaches to the study of European history and culture.


European Policy

A unique combination of humanities and social sciences approaches to understanding and analysing the ways in which the European Union is governed and how EU policy is addressing the challenges contemporary Europe is facing. Open for application to students with a Bachelor's degree in the humanities or social sciences taken in the field of International Relations, European Integration and/or European Policy studies.

It is a demanding study programme - you need to have awareness of basic theoretical notions about European integration, International Relations or critical policy studies, be able to conduct research independently and to know how to formulate consistent and functional research questions, analyse policy, apply theory, and write a thesis, familiar with the history of European integration, ready to immerse yourself in a vibrant research environment concerning European Studies and be willing to engage with policy research.


East European Studies

You develop a thorough understanding of the history of Eastern European countries and insight into recent developments in the region. Open for application to students with a Bachelor's degree in the humanities or social sciences taken in the field of history, Slavic languages, social or political sciences. Expected to have the following knowledge, insight and skills: strong affinity with Eastern Europe through study, travel, language, or reading, interested in the region’s history and its contemporary political landscape, but also in its cultures, you want to study Europe’s East from a European Studies perspective that emphasises connectivity, mutual influences, and interdependencies, you have a solid foundation in methodology and theories from your Bachelor's in the humanities or social sciences, which allows you to identify compelling research questions and to conduct research independently. Skills in Eastern European languages are an asset, but not a prerequisite.


Euroculture

Ideal for students who understand that Europe's future will be shaped not only by economics and politics, but also by struggles over identities, values, and heritage. Prepares you to make a difference in careers like diplomacy, international business, research, journalism, cultural management, and European administration. Candidates must have completed an academic BA degree in either the Arts, Humanities or Social Sciences or in a relevant discipline to Euroculture, e.g: European Studies, History, International Relations, Cultural Studies, Literature, Sociology, Political Sciences, Anthropology, Philosophy, Communication and Media Studies, International/ European Law, Theology.


European Politics in a Global Perspective

Entry criteria: a Bachelor's Degree in Social Sciences (including - but not limited to - Economics, Political Science, Development Studies, Psychology, Sociology, Social Geography), or an internationally oriented Bachelor's degree such as International Relations, Regional Studies, European/International Law, or (Modern) History.


European Integration and Global Studies

Provides an overarching and extensive view of the political, social, economic and cultural issues of the present times. Helps to gain thorough academic expertise in European affairs as well as a first hand-insight into the work as a Policy Officer at a European institution or international organisation.


Mediterranean Studies

This is an international, interdisciplinary and itinerant programme which aims to educate the next generation of Euro-Mediterranean decision-makers.


European Studies in Investor Relations and Financial Communication

The aim is to train specialists operating both in the banking sector and in capital markets. Graduated students will be able to bridge information and knowledge gaps between financial experts and investors and entrepreneurs. Moreover, such specialists will be asked to strategically manage a huge amount of information in order to suggest sound investment decisions. Ideal candidates must have an academic background in economics/finance, foreign languages, law, or communication.


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