of European Studies
Master of Arts European Economic Studies (MEES)
Most graduates of the Master of Arts in European Economic Studies pursue careers in consultancies, think tanks, European institutions, national administrations and international organisations.
Explore the Master of Arts in European Economic Studies: broad foundations through core courses, small courses, several specialisations (general, economics and law, public policy, business), a study trip, workshops, conferences.
The Economics Department offers four tracks including two cutting-edge interdisciplinary programmes in European Law and Economic Analysis [ELEA] and European Public Policy Analysis [EPPA] where students get the opportunity to work in mixed teams of economists and lawyers or political scientists, and the option European Economic Integration and Business with a specific focus on business issues at EU level and regulation that impacts on corporate strategy.
The many specialised courses in the economics programme allow students to focus on their specific interests while acquiring solid knowledge of fundamental economic principles.
Hands-on approach to current issues
The economics programme emphasises the direct involvement of the students in the analysis of current issues through interactive teaching methods. The limited size of the classes enables students to participate frequently in discussions and to gain experience by working in small groups
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This advanced MA covers economic issues from an EU perspective in both English and French.
Beatrice DUMONT, Director of Studies
Successful applicants to the Master of Arts in European Economic Studies hold a relevant university degree, speak English and French, have some familiarity with EU institutions and are ready to engage in an intense but rewarding year of studies.
Our Alumni Network
The College of Europe alumni network encompasses around 12.000 alumni all over Europe and beyond and benefits from an active Alumni Association.
The fee of 25,000 € includes tuition, registration, examinations, the study trip, and board and lodging (on-campus accommodation and meals).
Many scholarships are available from different sources to help cover the fees at the College of Europe. Every year around 70% of admitted students benefit from a full or partial scholarship.
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