The Department organises an intensive refresher course in intermediate micro- and macro-economics and French before the start of the academic year.
In the first semester, students take five compulsory courses on European Integration: European Economic Integration, European Institutions and European Union Law, Economic Institutions and Policies of the EU Internal Market, and an Introduction to Quantitative Methods. In the second semester, students follow one compulsory course on European Macroeconomic Policy.
In the second semester, students choose four courses from nine options. These explore many of the policy areas and issues in European economic integration in greater detail and at an advanced level of economic analysis. Students must write a Master’s Thesis in the framework of one of these courses.
European General Studies Programme
All College students participate in the European General Studies Programme.