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The pre-professional training is provided by a mix of seasoned practitioners and top-notch academics. Dynamic professors, small-group teaching and a challenging mix of practical skills and language training as well as international projects and competitions define the extremely varied academic programme.
Exceptional student life
Studying, living and working with 350 students from over 50 nationalities for 10 months in residences spread over the city of Bruges offers the perfect opportunity to practice ones intercultural skills on a daily basis. In-depth discussions on major political and economic matters are nurtured. Besides the demanding academic programme the students engage in a large variety of student activities.
At the heart of Europe
The College of Europe is located in the gorgeous medieval city of Bruges, only one hour away from the city centre of Brussels, the capital of Europe. This proximity facilitates close interaction with the major EU institutions, representations and think tanks but also with the many headquarters of multinationals, numerous NGO’s and international organisations.
Promising careers & alumni network
Our alumni mostly pursue careers of responsibility in Europe and beyond both in the public as private sector. So not only the EU institutions, foreign services, national administrations and international organisations are primary offsets of our alumni but more and more develop their profession in consultancy, business, media, think tanks and civil society. They also benefit from and contribute to the College of Europe’s global professional alumni network and an active Alumni Association.
A LIFE-CHANGING EXPERIENCE
Have a look at the video showcasing the typical life of the College of Europe students in Bruges throughout the academic year.
Successful applicants to our Master degrees hold a relevant university degree, speak English and in some cases French, are familiar with the EU’s institutions and ready to engage in an intense yet rewarding year of studies.
The total fee amounts to € 26.000. Tuition fees (€ 17.000) cover tuition, registration, examinations and the study trips (not always fully covered). Board and lodging fees (€ 9.000) cover on-campus accommodation and most 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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