The master offers two tracks of specialization
- The specialization in Management of European Affairs (MEA) aims at training future European managers working in private companies or in public institutions.
- The specialisation in European Economics and Political Affairs (EEPA) targets students interested in International and European careers. The content of the EEPA track is more oriented toward Political Sciences. That specialization takes place in Master 2 in our partner universities.
The master is organized according to a principle of gradual specialization
|Master 1 (semesters 1 & 2)||Master 2 (semesters 3 & 4)|
|Is devoted to general training in International economics and management, European economics, European and International business law, Negociation and Lobbying techniques||The aim of the M2 is to allow students to develop a specialization in the third semester|
|Students who may have gaps can compensate them in M1||Students must perform a five-months internship in a company or in European institutions during the fourth semester. The aim is to put in practice their competencies|
|At the end of the M1, students can either undertake a two months (min) internship or write a dissertation||Students can replace the internship by an applied or a research dissertation. The research dissertation can be a first step toward the enrolment in a doctoral program|