Master of Arts in European Interdisciplinary Studies
The College of Europe, founded in 1949 and based in Bruges and Natolin, is a centre of academic excellence preparing individuals to work and live in an international environment. The College of Europe focuses on postgraduate European studies in the legal, economic, political, international relations and interdisciplinary domains
At Natolin (Warsaw, Poland), the study programme analyses the process of European integration from a pluridisciplinary perspective. After having covered the historical, political, economic and legal foundations of European integration in the first semester, students specialise during the second semester in a specific thematic major (Governance in the EU, Single Market, The EU as a Regional Actor, The EU as a Global Actor), which also follows the pluridisciplinary approach.