The Postgraduate Programme in European Governance is a one academic year and aims to offer specialized labor market experts the issues and the functioning of the European Union. Aimed primarily at graduates who are already working and are interested in career related activities supported by national agencies or departments of the EU in both the private and public sector. The European Union currently holds an ever-increasing influence on the functioning of Member States and European businesses, organizations and other entities, as well as the activation of self-employed in Europe and in the field of world class environment.
The Master of European Governance combines approaches from the perspective of law, economics, management and policy, to offer the student a multifaceted consideration of issues that are necessary for a deeper understanding of the policies and functioning of the European Union.
The first half of the Master of European Governance provides the basic knowledge of European integration, while the second offers specialization in international economic, political and other components of the EU also includes specific practical training of students in the techniques of negotiation and lobbying.
The Master of European Governance concludes with the writing of an original dissertation that will broaden their knowledge and skills developed in lessons and will approach issues with a view to solving practical problems in relation to the EU and its member states.
Participants in the Master of European Governance are taught by university professors who possess knowledge and experience in individual items, but also by invited speakers from the workplace, international organizations, the EU etc. The University also offers an attractive learning environment and a multidisciplinary approach is essential for the understanding of European issues.
«The search for knowledge has always been at the heart of the European adventure. It was a key factor in understanding what it means to be European, in determining our values, to shape the course of our continent and culture».
José Manuel Barroso President of the European Commission