European Studies (Master's programme)
What will you learn?
The Master's programme in European Studies provides in-depth knowledge of the multiplicity of forms and degrees of European integration and cooperation, how they came about, and what implications this has for governance and democracy in Europe. Norway and its unique relationship to the EU through its joint participation in the EEA and the European Free Trade Area (EFTA) is an important focal point of the MA in European Studies. Here’s what you’ll learn in the programme.
Apply for admission
Admission to the Master requires a Bachelor in European Studies, Humanities or Social Sciences, or equivalent approved degree. A basic knowledge of the EU as a political system, the EU as a political actor, European (integration) history, culture and integration theories is required. How to apply and details of admission requirements.
The MA in European Studies prepares for professions and careers for which knowledge of contemporary Europe and the European Union is essential. What can you work with?
Structure of the programme
The programme has 120 sp (ECTS) worth of components and has a normal length of study of four semesters (two years). How the programme is structured.
For questions about the programme or the application procedure, contact our student advisers at email@example.com or telephone: (+47) 73 59 64 40.
You can also visit us at NTNU Dragvoll, Building 6, Level 4.
Facts about the programme of study
Degree: Master of Arts in Europan Studies
Duration: 2 years, 120 ECTS
Length of study programme: 2 years
Department of Historical Studies, Faculty of Humanities