College of Europe

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About College of Europe

The College of Europe is the first and most genuinely ‘European’ of all the postgraduate university institutes of European studies, founded in 1949 by leading European figures. Not only the UK, but every single EU and non-EU country, and company, all over the world needs experts in European Affairs - at the College of Europe we prepare young professionals for promising careers in European cross-border affairs.

Bruges (Belgium) & Natolin (Poland)

Degrees Awarded

- Master of Arts in  European Economic Studies; 
- Master of Arts in  European Legal Studies (LL.M); 
- Master of Arts in  European Governance and Administrative Studies; 
- Master of Arts in  EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies; 
- Master of Arts in  European Interdisciplinary Studies
- Master of Arts in Transatlantic Affairs (NEW) (*)

10 months: September - June
(*) 2 year joint Master degree with The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University

Working languages
English and French

Student body
450 postgraduates from over 55 countries
Average age: 26

Teaching staff
230 professors and practitioners from over 20 nationalities

A large number of whole or partial scholarships are available

Professional network of more than 13,000 alumni

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“The College of Europe has been at the heart of European integration ever since 1950. Many of its graduates have continued to important responsibilities within the European institutions. Others went back to their home-countries, bringing the ‘esprit de Bruges’ into national administrations and political systems. I am very grateful to this institution for this work.”
Herman VAN ROMPUY, President of the European Council

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