MA in European Interdisciplinary Studies
In addition, the location of the Natolin (Warsaw) campus in a new Member State of the EU, close to its Eastern border, allows students to understand and experience the political and socio-economic evolution of Central and Eastern Europe and to become familiar with the new policies developed by the EU to shape its relationship with its neighbours in the wake of its enlargement.
The European Interdisciplinary programme in Natolin (Warsaw) is open not only to graduates in Economics, Law or Political Science, but also to graduates in History, Communication Studies, Languages, Philosophy, or Philology who are interested in pursuing a career in European institutions or European affairs in general.
Why choose European Interdisciplinary Studies?
- A one-year postgraduate course of study leading up to the accredited degree of Master of Arts in European Interdisciplinary Studies.
- Intensive training in EU law, politics and economics.
- Specialisation in the area of the European Single Market, the EU’s external policies including the EU’s neighbourhood policy, the EU’s internal policies and Governance in the EU.
- A distinguished faculty comprising academics and practitioners coming from Brussels and across Europe and beyond.
- Interactive teaching style including lectures and small seminars with leading experts in the field.
- Bilingual (English and French) working environment.
- Multicultural community of 100 students representing more than 25 nationalities.
- Free language courses in English, French, German, Spanish, Russian and Polish.
- Study trips to Turkey, Ukraine and Brussels, which enables students to understand the connection between the EU and its neighbours.