Would you like to get a master's degree in European studies from Europe?
Applications submitted to College of Europe for the academic year 2020-2021 continues until 15 January 2020
The College of Europe in Natolin / Warsaw through the Master of Arts in Advanced Interdisciplinary European Studies offers young graduates and future leaders a broader view of Europe.
The College of Europe / Collège d'Europe is an independent university institution located at Bruges, Belgium, specialized in European studies for postgraduates. Founded in 1949 by a number of prominent European figures from the founding fathers of the European Union, such as Winston Churchill, Elcheide de Gasperi and Salvador de Madariaga, after the Hague Conference of 1948, it aims to promote "a spirit of solidarity and mutual understanding among all Western European nations, and to provide training to the people who support these Values "as well as" to train elite executives for the sake of Europe ". The College works in accordance with Belgian law as a public benefit institution. Since 1992, the College has established an additional new campus in Natolin, Poland, which is specialized in Central and Eastern European studies.
Palestinian students are offered a full comprehensive Master Scholarship at the university that covers even their tickets.
Please see the attached poster and catalogue.