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Overview

MA European Studies is a two-year master’s program tailored to provide a holistic view of Europe and European Union institutions from political, economic, cultural, social and linguistic perspectives. It aims to equip learners with a wide-range of critical skills to study the growing relevance of Europe and European Union institutions in the wider world. With an opportunity to learn a European language - French/German/Spanish and the possibility of exchange semesters in European partner universities with scholarships and fee waivers, the program opens up several domains where these skills can be put to use. 

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Program Structure

Program educational objectives

  • To engage critically in debates and discussions on political, economic, socio-cultural  dimensions of Europe 
  • To demonstrate theoretical knowledge of the European integration process and European Union institutions
  • To conduct research in the interdisciplinary field of European Studies with a special focus on European politics, business, culture, literature, and education
  • To pursue higher studies and prospective career in international institutions
  • To employ intercultural competences and work collaboratively in a multicultural   environment

Highlights of Program

  •  Possibility to study a part of the Program in Europe with   scholarships or fee waivers
  •  Visiting faculty from European universities
  •  Special Lectures and Seminars by delegates of EU and   other international organizations
  •  Hands-on intercultural training and acquisition of one of the three international   languages: French/German/Spanish
  •  Course structure, credits and academic calendars harmonized   with European higher   education standards
  •  Specially designed, internationally recognized curriculum with four specialisation     tracks – Business and Economics, Culture and Literary Studies, Education, Policy and     Management, Politics and International Relations

Career Prospects

  • EU Institutions and International organizations such as the UN
  • Industries and NGOs originating or operating in Europe
  • Embassies and ministries all over the world
  • Cultural institutions
  • Education and Research institutions
  • Translation and interpretation industry
  • Political parties, foundations and associations
  • Media, journalism and publication fields

Eligible Candidates

Citizenship: Indian nationals can apply under the General Category. Foreign nationals or Non Resident Indians or Indian nationals supported by NRI relatives can apply under the Foreign/NRI Category.

Qualification: The candidate must have passed bachelor’s degree in any discipline with a minimum of 50 per cent marks in aggregate.

Admissions

Students are selected based on the score in qualifying exam, a strong Letter of Motivation and a personal interview

Note: Candidates can apply either under General Category or Foreign/NRI Category. Those submitting applications under both General and Foreign/NRI categories will be considered only under the General Category. Change of category from Foreign/NRI to General after admission will not be entertained under any circumstances.

Duration

2 years (4 semesters)

Key Dates & Deadlines

20

Sat Jun 20 2020

Jun ' 20

Last date to Apply

01

Sep ' 20

Tentative Course Commencement Date

Facilties

Libraries
The Centre houses three library halls, which provide accesses to books, journals, magazines, newspapers and online databases

Hostel

Student hostels are their homes away from homes

Content and Language Integrated  Learning 

The Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) approach, gaining ground in European education system, is seen as the way forward to bring about a balance between English and the regional languages. CLIL is an innovative method that can supplement the 3-language policy in India.

Classroom at MCES
Spacious classrooms with mordern amenities

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