Organization of the training
The Master offers two Majors or Educational Tracks for the specialization:
Specialization in Management of European Affairs (MEA) aiming at training European managers working in private companies and / or public institutions (click for details on MEA : S1 and S2 ; click for details on MEA : S3 and S4).
Specialization in European Economics and Political Affairs (EEPA) intended for International and European careers with a strong coloration in political sciences, brought in M2 by partner universities (click for details) (click for details on EEPA : S3 and S4)
The education in the Master in European Affairs is organized according to a principle of gradual specialization:
The M1 (first and second semesters) is devoted to a training of International Economics and Management, European economics and management, European and International Business Law, Negotiation and Lobbying Techniques.
At the end of the academic year, students can either undertake an internship in an institution or a company from April to May (2 months min), or write a dissertation, or move to do the second semester in an international partner university.
The M2 allows students to develop a specialization in the third semester as well as to concretely apply the acquired knowledge through a six-month internship in a company or a European Institution during the fourth semester.