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The European New School of Digital Studies (ENS) is a joint academic venture of the European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder) and the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland. It is located at the Collegium Polonicum – a scientific and cultural interaction hub at the German-Polish border. The ENS was founded with the vision of connecting economists, lawyers, social scientists and technical experts in computer and technology sciences to take on the challenges of the digital transformation. The study concept is unique: a close cooperation between students and academic staff in teaching is at the heart of everyday working life and team-based projects can be realized in a dedicated Coworking Space serving as the central meeting point of the ENS community. Both academic and non-academic mentors will help students to plan and realize their project ideas and support them in developing their personal network of partners from business, politics and civil society.
To apply to the MoDE you need a Bachelor’s degree (or comparable undergraduate degree) with 10 ECTS in two of the major subjects of the MoDE (economics, law, sociology, political science or informatics). Alternatively, you can apply by bringing 10 ECTS in one of the major subjects of the MoDE from your Bachelor’s and collecting 10 further ECTS in another major subject during the first two semesters of your studies. You need to speak and write fluently in English (level C1 of CEFR).
There are no tuition fees. Students only pay a semester fee which currently sums up to around 320€ per half year and includes a ticket for public transport, costs for student ID cards and a registration fee. The amount varies every semester and might increase slightly over time.