Overview & Profile
The European Studies master’s degree program at Europa-Universität Flensburg focuses mainly on regional development. Some municipal and regional agencies and organizations prioritize promoting cultural, educational, and societal underlying conditions in certain areas, in order to ensure the constant growth and development of the population’s living conditions. Thus, there is a demand for trained staff whose knowledge and skills enable them help prepare, support and implement development tasks in European regions.
This is an international program with students from all over the world. A key focus is to give students a comprehensive and detailed overview of relevant topics in the humanities and social sciences, such as economic and political theories, European law, European ideas, and European contemporary history. The program includes both required and elective courses, with the required courses built up around the program’s core axes: Europe, regions, and development.
Program Structure & Content
Examination and Study Regulations for the Master of Arts program in European Studies at Europa-Universität Flensburg (2019)
Every degree program has formal rules and regulations that define the study conditions for that program. You can use these regulations, together with the module catalogues for your chosen degree program, to plan out a semester schedule. This way, you’ll know ahead of time what courses you’ll be taking on which semesters. To check the legal framework conditions for this, see the examination regulations. Click below to see the most important formal regulatory documents related to your studies at EUF.
On this page you will find information about your future employability and career prospects after graduating M.A. European Studies, including the possibility of continuing your studies at a PhD level. This page also shows examples of jobs currently held by our graduates. Additionally you will find your way to the Campus Careers at the Europa-Universität Flensburg.
M.A. European Studies courses relate to practice-oriented research questions and help students to develop skills relevant to future employability. The programme prepares them to take up jobs in EU institutions, domestic institutions dealing with EU affairs, think tanks and non-governmental organizations, as well as in companies with international operations. Guest speakers from the EU institutions, dedicated career days, visits by programme alumni, internships, and the annual Brussels study trip provide opportunities to connect with future employers.
For more Information please visit our M.A. European Studies Webpage.
Advice & Contact Information
For information on all our study programs, for help how to choose your degree program, for counseling in difficult situations while studying at EUF or for general questions about your studies at EUF, please contact:
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- 24943 Flensburg
For more information about this degree program, visit our M. A. European Studies Websites
Application & Admission
Thinking about applying? Click below to view the eligibility requirements for this program and find out more about application and admission: