Core programme courses include:
- EU Institutions
- EU and its Member States
- EU Cohesion Policy
- External Relations of the EU
- EU Economic Policy
- International Relations Theories
- International Security
- Conflict Resolution
- Modern History of Europe
September – June, 2 years
The applicant should be a graduate of a BA or an MA study programme in the field of social studies, humanities or law.
The applicant will present:
- Bachelor’s degree diploma
- diploma supplement of her/his Bachelor’s study (the diploma supplement may be substituted by a list of courses and exams passed during the Bachelor’s study)
- his/her bachelor’s thesis or any corresponding graduate work, eventually another written essay with a minimum page count of 20 pages
- motivation letter
The personal interview might be arranged via Skype.
English language CEFR level B2 or TOEFL points 87 minimum
lectures, seminars, workshops, consultancy.
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Last updated February 18, 2018