Master in European Studies and the Eastern Neighbourhood of the EUMaster 26.03.2018
The MA aims at training specialists in the field of the EU foreign policy, with a special focus on the EU’s eastern neighbourhood. The MA also includes practical insights into accessing and managing European funds. The MA in European Studies and the Eastern Neighbourhood of the EU represents a unique and innovative programme, taught exclusively in English and it addresses a wide range of students from different backgrounds (Economics, International Relations, Politics, History, Sociology, Culture and Civilisations) who are determined to enhance and deepen their knowledge and expertise in European integration processes, as well as in EU’s international affairs, specifically those within the Eastern Neighbourhood.
This MA programme is suitable for students specialising in the International Relations, Political Science, Economics, Public Administration, as well as those interested in History, Law, Political geography. There are no pre-requisites for enrolling for this programme.
Total places: 25 state-funded places (for EU citizens) & 25 places with tuition fee (1.000 Euro/year/ EU citizens; 2.000 Euro/year/ non-EU citizens)
In order to be accepted to the MA in European Studies and the Eastern Neighbourhood of the EU programme, the applicants must possess a BA Degree or any equivalent title obtained abroad, legally recognized, in any field of study. As the programme shall be taught in English, other main admission requirement refers to English language skills which will be assessed and must meet at least the European level B2.
Number of places:
- 25 state-funded places (for EU citizens)
- 25 places with tuition fee (1.000 Euro/year/ EU citizens; 2.000 Euro/year/ non-EU citizens)
The master program facilitates the integration of its graduates in politics or diplomacy, by providing specific counselling and analysis, as well as develops a well-trained professional body of officials in the fields of international relations and European affairs. The career opportunities target a wide range of institutions, such as: national public institutions (central institutions: Presidency, Parliament, Government, ministries; local institutions: prefectures, municipalities, local and county councils) or supranational, at European level (European Commission, Council of the European Union, etc.), education and research, diplomacy (Ministry of Foreign Affairs, European External Action Service, NATO, OSCE, Council of Europe etc.), think-tanks, consulting firms in European project and programmes management, NGOs, private companies, regional development agencies, chambers of commerce and industries, representations of foreign organizations and mass-media.
Documents must be sent no later than April 30th, 2018.