Academic programme

During the first semester, students familiarise themselves with the legal, economic, geopolitical and historical foundations of European integration by way of an intensive curriculum. They also study EU external relations as well as the specificities of Central and Eastern Europe. The first semester study trip offers a deeper understanding of European identities and a first-hand experience of policies in practice at the EU’s borders. With this background, in the second semester students specialise in a particular area by taking courses in one of four thematic majors:

Students can take advantage of seminars and workshops, which allow them to take a closer look at specific topics. A second study trip is organized in the second semester. Students are encouraged to participate in international competitions – in which they excel. They are also required to write a Master’s thesis on a topic related to one of the courses they have taken during the first and second semesters.   

 

 

Total ECTS for this programme = 66 ECTS // Master’s thesis = 16 ECTS // Compulsory courses = 26 ECTS // Optional courses = 24 ECTS.
Please note that the study programme might be subject to changes due to necessary updates or unforeseen circumstances.

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