About the Programme
Do you want to be part of a master’s program that is situated in a vibrant multidisciplinary academic environment and has the following unique qualities?
Exciting and innovative courses that:
- Address a broad range of topics within the field of European studies, including political, historical, ideational, cultural, economic and social aspects of contemporary Europe
- Prepare students for a work-life within public and private organizations, within the cultural sector, as well as for PhD-education. Watch this short YouTube film to learn more about our alumni
- Offer highly developed methods-training and the choice of four different method’s specializations
- Collaborates with renowned international partners such as the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in the United States, Fudan University in Shanghai, Charles University in Prague, Sciences Po in Paris, and Konstanz University in Germany
Internship and a relevant working life:
- Paves the way to exciting job opportunities, through internships and collaborations with working life
- Provides direct access to a relevant job-market through our Business Council REGU
- And access to the European expert analysts enrolled in our Executive Master of European Studies
- Add to your studies, socially as well as intellectually, by participating in the exciting extracurricular activities such as within the student-led lunch-lecture organization Brännpunkt Europa
What is special about the Humanities Track in European Studies?
- Aims at providing students with the critical tools and key scientific debates for understanding Europe as an idea, its cultural heritage and organization of power. We scrutinize among other things, nationalism, globalization, international relations, heritage practices and identity politics, from the point of view of European history and thought.
- Develops your skills in critical analysis, textual interpretation, analyzing cultural practices, as well as elaborating your own arguments concerning European politics and culture.
- Students are prepared for a working life within cultural administration, independent cultural organizations, as well as NGO’s and international administration such as the UN and within the EU.
For your application to be considered, you need to meet the formal requirements (see below) as well as submit a CV and a Statement of intent. Please use the Statement of Intent form that you can find at our Entrance Requirements and Selection page.
The Humanities Track consists of the following courses:
Term 1: European Heritage and Identity (10 credits), European Borderlands (10 credits), Political and Public Spheres and Spaces in European History and Culture (10 credits).
Term 2: Elective courses in Sweden or abroad, or an internship (30 credits). We suggest Central- and Eastern Europe: Fully European or the European ‘Other’? (15 credits).
Term 3: Social Europe OR European Environment and Energy OR Europe in the World (15 credits) and Research Methods (your choice of four methods courses, 15 credits).
Term 4: Master’s Thesis (30 credits).
You can apply to all four tracks of our Master’s Programme in European Studies:
- The Social Science Track
- The Humanities Track
- The Double Degree Track with Konstanz University in Germany
- The Double Degree Track with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in the United States
Requirements and Selection
REQUIREMENTS: A Bachelor’s Degree with a minimum of 90 credits in consecutive courses in a humanities discipline such as Cultural Sciences, History, History of Ideas, Philosophy, Religious Studies or equivalent, or 90 credits in consecutive courses in a social science discipline such as Business Administration, Economic Geography, Economic History, Economics, European Studies, Human Geography, International Relations, Media and Communication, Social Work, Sociology, Political Science, Public Administration or equivalent. Students at the Law Programme are also eligible to apply to the Master’s Programme, after three years 180 credits equivalent of a bachelor degree. Applicants must prove their knowledge of English: English 6/English B from Swedish Upper Secondary School or the equivalent level of an internationally recognized test, for example TOEFL, IELTS.
SELECTION: The selection is based on the submitted CV and Statement of Intent. Use the assigned form available on http://pol.gu.se/english/education/centre-for-european-studies–ces-/master-s-programme-in-european-studies-120-credits/entrance-requirements-and-selection. CV and Statement of Intent shall be uploaded on www.universityadmissions.se no later than Feb 1 (admission round Jan 15) and May 2 (admission round April 15). Priority will be given to those with at least 60 credits in European studies.
Application fee: 900 SEK
Full programme cost: 168 026 SEK
First payment: 42 007 SEK
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