On Wednesday 20 September, students of the Madeleine Albright Promotion (Bruges campus) and young diplomats from the European Diplomatic Academy went on a study trip to “Flanders Fields”, the World...
The European Economic Studies programme is open to students with an academic background in economics. The workload and analytical demands on the students are high. In the first semester, students take five compulsory courses on European Integration.
In the second semester, students take one compulsory course and choose four courses from ten options.
Students must also write a Master's Thesis.
In addition, they follow European General Studies in both semesters.
Diploma: Master of Arts in European Economic Studies.
Director of Studies: Béatrice DUMONT
Permanent Professor: Peter CLAEYS
Academic assistants: Sisi ZHANG (ECO and EEIB), Jeanne MOUTON (ELEA), Claire SOUPART (EPPA)
Secretary: Eva VANDE VOORDE