Master of European Studies at a Glance
Dear Future Student,
Joining our highly acclaimed master program is an important turning point for your future. Studying at ZEI offers you the chance to understand the EU and the critical interplay between governance and regulation. Taught by ZEI professors and a flying faculty of renowned experts from all over the EU, you will be a part of an international group of students with diverse backgrounds and experiences. You will have the opportunity to have your research published and be a part of the ZEI research team. You will train and develop important skills for your career. You will visit and experience the EU institutions first hand. You will make friends and contacts, which will stay with you throughout your life. You will become a part of the ZEI Alumni Network. ZEI will help you to find your role within the EU.
Apply today and start this Autumn.
Contact: If you have any questions feel free to contact our Academic Coordinator Sally Brammer
At a glance
Mid-October each year
|Program duration:|| |
One year (full-time), divided into nine months of academic coursework and three months for the completion of the master thesis
Master of European Studies (60 ECTS points), granted by the Faculty of Arts, University of Bonn
Center for European Integration Studies, University of Bonn, Germany
|Eligible applicants:|| |
All university graduates, particularly those holding a degree in law, economics or political science
|Tuition fee:|| |
Four excursions, all reading materials, Career Development Program, intercultural training sessions, welcome week
Please see Financing and Living in Bonn
Up to 32
International students per year:
|Approx. 70 percent|
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Our unique training concept
Career dimension 1:
Expert knowledge provided during basic and specialized modules
Career dimension 2:
Career Development Program to train presentation skills and to support the job entry
Career dimension 3:
Europe Dialogues, Business Talks and excursions to gain an insight into future job options
1st Semester: October-February 2nd Semester: March- June Master Thesis: June-August
The curriculum is composed of module-based classes starting in October and running until the end of June. During the nine month period of full-time studies, students gain a deep insight into the political, economic and legal aspects of the EU. During the months of June - September students complete the master thesis.
For the successful completion of the program students receive 60 ECTS credit points (44 ECTS for all modules, 16 ECTS for the master thesis).