Master in european affairs: core courses

The Master in European Affairs offers core courses that enable students to acquire in-depth, comparative and transversal knowledge in the field of public affairs, which combines economic, legal, ethical, historical, political, managerial and digital approaches.

During their Master's degree, students must take five core courses in the following modules, regardless of their policy stream. The syllabus of each course can be found on our online programs. Courses are offered in both English and French.

Semester 1

European Law

One of the following courses:

  • Droit constitutionnel de l'Union Européenne (beginner level)
  • The Constitutional Foundations of the European Union (beginner level)
  • A Europe of Freedoms and Rights (advanced level)

European Economics

  • Economics of European Integration

Policy Analysis and Policy Evaluation

  • Évaluation des politiques publiques (en français) / Policy Analysis and Policy Evaluation (in English): Beginner, intermediate or advanced level.

Semester 2

European Governance and Democracy

To choose:

  • Democracy in Europe
  • EU Geopolitics
  • Les politiques économiques européennes

European Simulation

  • Simulation of the legislative procedure of the European Union 

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Key facts

  • Two-year Master's
  • Langues: English and French
  • ECTS: 120 minimum