2nd Call for the Master’s Programme in European Studies
This full-time Master’s Programme has 120 ECTS structured in 11 modules plus the Master’s Thesis. It has been designed to be completed in four semesters. The Joint Programme brings together the expertise and academic excellence of four Arqus universities (Universities of Granada, Graz, Leipzig and Vilnius) and is offered entirely in English.
The date for applications to the 2nd Call is from 12th to 30th May, 2023 (23:59 CET).
The applications for this Call are only possible at the University of Granada and the Vilnius University as entrance universities.
The curriculum is composed of a central program of common modules offered jointly by the partner institutions, combined with specialised contents from each university according to their particular subject-related strength. Thus, students may design their own itinerary according to their specific fields of interests:
The University of Granada will provide specialisations in geographical perspectives; socio-economic processes and critical views of Europe; public and private approaches to climate change; conflicts, actors and scenarios of change beyond Europe; and the European approach to migration.
The focus areas offered by the University of Graz are south-eastern Europe; socio-economic development and social change; peace, migration, and climate change; and human right and diversity management.
The regional areas of specialization of Leipzig University are the relations between east and west; transnational perspectives; global conflict management; cultural representation in current European societies; and Europeanisation and globalisation.
Finally, the specialisations and regional focus of Vilnius University are the northem and eastern perspective; transnational perspectives; eastern Europe and the global challenges; and practical skills and knowledge on eastern Europe.
The Joint Master´s Programme in European Studies constitutes a unique academic offer in Europe. Students from many different countries will meet and experience directly the commonalities and differences of academic and political cultures across Europe and the World. This research-based analysis will enable students to make independent contributions to the design of future-oriented political, economic, social, and cultural projects run by Europeans. Students will be trained in systematic multiperspectivity by allowing them to participate via physical and virtual mobility in courses at four different universities, which share a common understanding of Europe as a global actor but differ in their positionality within Europe and towards societies outside of Europe.
The mobility, which is a central feature of the programme, allows students to study at two or even three different study places and makes the study experience truly transnational. Students will spend a minimum of 30 ECTS at one of the partner universities other than the entrance university. However, according to their own preference and availability, students might choose to remain onsite at their entrance university only and generate the minimum of 30 ECTS at another degree-awarding partner online.
Don’t miss any news, calls or opportunities from Arqus. Subscribe now! The future begins today.
Strictly Necessary Cookies
Strictly Necessary Cookie should be enabled at all times so that we can save your preferences for cookie settings.
If you disable this cookie, we will not be able to save your preferences. This means that every time you visit this website you will need to enable or disable cookies again.
This website uses the following additional cookies:
(List the cookies that you are using on the website here.)
Please enable Strictly Necessary Cookies first so that we can save your preferences!