European General Studies
On the one hand, European General Studies courses cover subjects which are not (or only marginally) addressed by the specialised Master’s programmes.
On the other hand, the European General Studies Programme allows students to get a taste of an interdisciplinary experience, since its courses bring together students from three different specialised study programmes.
Like the Master’s programmes, which it completes, European General Studies include fundamental courses taught during the first semester and more specialised seminars taking place in the second semester. Students have to take one course and one seminar.
Students specialising in European Law and Economic Analysis (ELEA) take one seminar only.
The EG Department coordinates the Arte Project and organises other extra-curricular academic activities such as the Moot Court Competition in Human Rights (concours René Cassin).