Our long-lasting mission at the College of Europe in Natolin has always been to prepare our students to think beyond disciplinary boundaries, beyond preconceptions, to encourage them to build bridges and embrace a wider perspective on Europe and the world.
Why choose the Master of Arts in European Interdisciplinary Studies at the College of Europe in Natolin?
Discover in details our interdisciplinary programme taught by around 100 leading academics and practitioners from Europe and beyond.
Two unique study trips in Europe and its neighbouring countries provide students with an immersion into major issues, featuring experts and public decision-makers.
The office offers Natolin students courses of eight different languages and organizes the Summer Language Academy.
Explore how our academic offer combined with a tailored-made professional skills programme prepare for today’s complex job market.
The Natolin Nests are unique platforms at the crossroads of academic teaching and research, characterized by extracurricular, professional and student-driven input.
Special lectures with VIP guests throughout the year give our students the opportunity to meet and discuss with world leaders.
Encourages reflection on recent European history in the conviction that understanding Europe's past helps us to imagine and shape Europe's future.
Focuses on Wider Europe and on the EU’s relations with its nearest neighbours, particularly the countries covered by the European Neighbourhood Policy.