Advanced Studies in International Relations and European Integration (SARIIE) DRIIE-SNSPA
National University of Political Studies and Public Administration (DRIIE-SNSPA) The MA programme Advanced Studies in International Relations and European Integration provides students with the possibility to expand their knowledge and theoretical and practical skills with regard to different aspects that shape the environment in which the EU carries out its activity and states conduct the relations between them. The MA programme, therefore, focuses on the processes of European integration and the greatest economic, social, political and security challenges at international level.
The MA Programme is addressed to students who graduated from BA studies with basic knowledge about the European Union and international politics, who wish to deepen their understanding of the specific processes and evolution of the EU and the international system from a theoretical and practical perspective with the aim of consolidating their professional or academic training.
The programme is addressed to university graduates under Bologna system (3 years) or to those who graduated from long term university study programs (4 years).
Form of study: full time, 2 years, 120 ECTS
National University of Political Studies and Public Administration (DRIIE-SNSPA), Romania
Master of Arts in European Politics, Economics and Law
Institute for European Studies, University of Malta The MA in European, Economics and Law provides a strong foundation in European Studies. It includes compulsory study-units in these subject areas and a wide range of elective study-units on key topics, including lobbying in the EU, EU treaties and laws, the politics and economics of European Integration, the EU’s external relations, EU cohesion policy, climate change and current political and economic developments.
The course is taught on a seminar basis and is intended to further deepen students' knowledge of European politics, law and economics so that by the end of the course they can rightly claim to be ‘specialised generalists’ i.e. graduates with a broad knowledge of the EU but with a deeper specialised understanding in particular areas. The aim is to encourage students to develop their analytical and critical skills – something which is aided by the way the seminars are structured.
This programme of study is also offered on a part-time basis.
Start Date: October
Institute for European Studies, University of Malta, Malta
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