Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) - Specialised Master in EU Interdisciplinary studies
All the essential informations to prepare your application for the IEE’s Specialised Master in EU Interdisciplinary studies.
The Specialised Master in EU Interdisciplinary studies at the IEE is a one-year programme that allows young professionals and graduates of a Master’s degree to deepen their knowledge and expertise in European affairs.
Students in the programme will have the opportunity to professionalise through an internship. The programme also offers the possibility to two students to benefit from a mobility programme at Waseda University in Tokyo, Japan.
This programme is a 60-credit (ECTS) course, taught entirely in English. It provides an in-depth study of European political, economic, social and legal integration issues.
When should I apply for the Specialised Master in EU Interdisciplinary Studies?
❯ For non-EU citizens, applications are open from mid-February until April 30th of the same year of the beginning of the Master (Feb-Apr 2020 to start in Sep 2020).
❯ For EU citizens, applications start in April 1st and remain open until September 30th of the same year of the beginning of the Master (Apr-Sep 2020 to start in Sep 2020).
What are the admission criteria?
Applications are analysed by a jury, that looks at:
1❯ The quality of the academic record of the candidate ;
2❯ The student’s motivation and project;
3❯ Their international profile (including linguistic skills);
4❯ A sufficient command of English is necessary.
Who is this specialised programme for?
Young professionals and graduates with a previous Master’s degree in Political Science, Economics, History, Law or other related disciplines who are seeking specialised knowledge of EU integration can follow this advanced programme.
How are classes organised?
All students follow a core module dealing with fundamental topics in EU studies. You will then choose between one of three tracks to specialise in: Economic Governance and Policies in the EU, Migrations, Rights and Policies in the EU, EU integration, Regionalism and Global Governance.
What is student life like at the IEE?
Associations give life to our campus. You can easily get involved in student activities through our student groups SAIES (the association representing IEE students) or Eyes on Europe (a student-led media on EU issues).
What language level is required?
A sufficient command of French and English (B2 level of the european framework) are necessary to claim to the success of this Specialised Master. No proof of level of language is required, but please note that this Master in Interdisciplinary studies is entirely taught in English.
What are the career prospects for this Master?
Students can consider as many different careers as there are jobs in Europe, including consultancy and lobbying offices, European NGOs and associations, journalism, communication, culture, international, European institutions, national, regional or local, or research…