Teaching languages: français/english
Taught in the heart of one of the principal institutional centres of the European Union, the University of Luxembourgs innovative new bilingual (English/French) Master in European Governance distinctively combines:
The Masters degree builds upon the research programme in European Governance established in 2004, which brings together over 25 collaborators.
The principal objective of the Master in European Governance is to educate experts in European public policy, providing an advanced-level training in Political Science complemented by a wider interdisciplinarity. The programme permits students:
Module 1 - Foundations of Political Science (17 ECTS)
1A Understanding the Political System
1B Theory and Method
Module 2 - Foundations of European Governance (21 ECTS)
2A The Structures of European Governance
2B Europe and Global Governance
Module 3 - Interdisciplinary Approaches to European Governance (min. 22 ECTS)
3A Interdisciplinary Seminar
3B History of European Integration
3C Law and European Integration
3D European Spatial Development
Module 4 - European Public Policies (min. 20 ECTS)
All students must take Analyses des politiques publiques (S3; 5 ECTS) as well as a minimum of 3 further specialised policy areas courses (15 ECTS). An indicative list may be found below.
Dissertation/Internship Report : 20 ECTS
Tutorat/Projet : 5 ECTS
Option (Total): 10-15 ECTS
Candidates must normally have completed a Bachelors level degree (180 ECTS) in Political Science, Law, Economics, History, Philosophy, Sociology, or another relevant area in the Social Sciences and Humanities. Admission may also be made on the basis of relevant professional experience (minimum three years), in accordance with the relevant national legislation.
Candidates must also have the requisite levels of competence in English and French (see below).
Entry to the programme is competitive on the basis of the submitted dossiers, and limited to 25 places per year. The admissions committee reserves the right to interview individual candidates (in person or by telephone) where this is deemed necessary.
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You are normally required to take an English Proficiency Test if you come from a non-English speaking country.
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