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International Master in European Studies

Course Description


Section 1 – The European construction and policies
Organized by the IEE of the Université Catholique de Louvain - academic section.
This section provides students with a broad and comprehensive understanding of the European construction, from the historical, juridical and economic point of view. It includes modules on European law, on the EU institutional system, and on different European policies. Such awareness is essential to be able to work in a EU environment, both on the policy and project side. A written exam is foreseen at the end of this section.

Section 2 – Design and management of EU projects.
It focuses on the mechanisms, tools and criteria for designing and managing successful EU-funded projects and tenders. How does the European budget work and what are the main funding schemes? How to apply for a EU grant? How can a private or public organization answer to EU procurements? How can NGOs, SMEs, and other entities receive funds from the EU for their ideas? These are the queries that the core section of the Master course addresses to. The student learns, with the support of case studies and interactive workshops, through a learning-by-doing approach.
Group assignments are foreseen during the section and a written exam takes place at the end of it.

Section 3 – Meetings with European experts
It includes on-site seminars held at the European Institutions and meetings with project managers, advisors and lobbyists who work in Brussels in different fields; these meetings aim to give the Master’s participant a better understanding of the different actors in Brussels.

3 months, 400 hours divided as follows:

Section 1, with 126 hours of teacher-led lessons in a traditional classroom setting and personal research;
Section 2, with 252 hours of frontal classes and project works, is the core of the Master;
Section 3, with 17 hours of meetings with Brussels experts, once a week;

The Job link module, with 5 hours of training.

Entry Requirements

Bachelor's degree; Fluency in English

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