Euromasters prepares you for a career in business, administration, diplomacy, policy formulation and research. The international MA programme focuses on the comparative analysis of European polity, politics and policy. It is operated by the European American University Consortium (EAUC). This vast network of renowned universities gives you the unique opportunity to complete the programme at a minimum of two and up to three different universities in Europe. Therefore, you do not simply pursue a European Studies degree, but experience Europe from the perspective of multiple countries, their (academic) cultures and languages. After the successful completion of all study requirements you are awarded a Joint Degree (MA in Contemporary European Studies) by the University of Bath on behalf of the EAUC.
Specialist Module I
Bath | Berlin | Chapel Hill
Specialist Module II
Bath | Berlin | Siena
Bath | Berlin | Siena
Euromasters - Europe and the wider world
Operated by the network of renowned universities of the European American University Consortium (EAUC), Euromasters is a unique graduate-level programme that affords students the opportunity to study Europe from inside. Students can study at two or three partner sites of the EAUC in Europe or the US. Established in 1995, this interdisciplinary MA programme focuses on contemporary Europe and the role of Europe in the wider world. Students learn about EU institutions, European integration, societal modernization and democratization in European countries, Europe’s role in international relations and its position in the international security architecture. They focus on the pressing issues Europe faces today such as security, immigration and economic disparity. Euromasters educates students by way of classroom and experiential learning environments. We train individuals in the methods of social-science critical inquiry and cultural adaptability. We remain committed to and engaged with the alumni community as our graduates pursue many different types of goals in international diplomacy, business, education, politics, law, and research.