The Master in European Studies: EU Institutions and Public Policy consists of:
- 5 Core courses (20 ECTS);
- 7 Elective courses out of those offered (28 ECTS);
- Trainings and Simulation Exercises (8 ECTS);
In addition, a Final Master Dissertation must be submitted by the end of the term (30 September), for a total of 4 ECTS. The academic program1 is structured as follow:
|European Politics in the 20th century||M-STO/04||20||4|
|Policies and Policymaking in the EU||SPS/04||20||4|
|Challenge to European Democracy||IUS/14||20||4|
|Security and Migration in the Mediterranean Area||SPS/04||20||4|
|Business and Economics in the Mediterranean Area||SECS-P/01||20||4|
|History of South European Enlargements||M-STO/04||20||4|
|Learning Policy Advice||20||2|
|Digital Europe, Data Protection and Cyber Security||SECS-P/01||20||4|
|European Environment and Climate Policies||SECS-P/01||20||4|
|Employment and Social Affairs in the EU: Legal and Policy Dimensions||SPS/08||20||4|
|Eurozone Economic Policies and Governance||SECS-P/01||20||4|
|EU Competition Law and Policies||IUS/04||20||4|
|Simulation Exercise: Negotiation and Decisionmaking in European Institutions (febbraio)||20||2|
|EU programming: financial, economic, design and management aspects (febbraio)||20||2|
- Career Service Trainings
MES students may have the possibility to attend courses offered within other SoG master programs.
Final Dissertation (4 ECTS)
Students are expected to complete a 20.000/25.000 word final dissertation under the supervision of a member of the faculty of the Master course.
Following the successful completion of all the academic requirements, students will gain 60 ECTS and be awarded the title of “Master in European Studies”.