Study Programme

Introductory courses (compulsory)

For two weeks before the start of the academic year (mid-September), students follow an intensive microeconomics course as well as a 15-hour introduction in European Union law.

First semester

In the first semester, students take five compulsory courses and one course in European General Studies.

Second semester

In the second semester, students take five compulsory courses and two optional courses. In addition, they will follow two compact seminars (2 x 8 hours) on specialised business topics and one course in European General Studies.

Students are also required to write a Master’s Thesis, which provides an analytical treatment of an EU business-related subject.

 

The study programmes are revised annually to ensure continuing excellence and dynamism.

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