The Master in European Studies includes 3 possible orientations:
To complete their degree, students may opt for a work placement or a dissertation. The work placement aims to prepare students for professional activity and requires that students write a final report about the experience gained, while the dissertation prepares students for academic research.
With the knowledge and skills acquired in the Master’s programme, graduates find employment in a wide range of areas. Students often go on to work in public policy planning and implementation at the regional, national or European levels. Many opportunities can also be found in the international sector, particularly in Geneva, in European institutions, international organisations, NGOs or multinational companies. This programme also prepares graduates for further studies in journalism.
500 CHF / semester
During the online application process, applicants with a foreign degree will be charged an administrative fee of 65 CHF, to be deducted from the first-semester tuition fees.
4 semesters (max. 6 semesters), 120 ECTS credits
Core curriculum for the 3 concentrations, 30 credits
Methodological and interdisciplinary seminar, 6 credits
Orientation-specific courses and electives, 54 credits
Work placement or dissertation, 30 credits
Level of French required
Epreuve de base à valeur éliminatoire pour les non francophones, à l’exception des cas décrits: Eliminatory general test for non-Francophones, with the exception of the following cases :
Passive knowledge of English recommended
Bachelor or equivalent degree. Admission based on application file.
No work experience is required.
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