Do you want to be part of a masters program that is situated in a vibrant multidisciplinary academic environment and has the following unique qualities?Exciting and innovative courses that:Address a broad range of topics within the field of European studies, including political, historical, ideational, cultural, economic and social aspects of contemporary EuropePrepare students for a work-life within public and private organizations, within the cultural sector, as well as for PhD-education. Watch this short YouTube film to learn more about our alumniOffer highly developed methods-training and the choice of four different methods specializationsInternational collaboration:Collaborates with renowned international partners such as the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in the United States, Fudan University in Shanghai, Charles University in Prague, Sciences Po in Paris, and Konstanz University in GermanyPromotes your international career by offering double degrees through studying at two universities in two countriesInternship and a relevant working life:Paves the way to exciting job opportunities, through internships and collaborations with working lifeProvides direct access to a relevant job-market through our Business Council REGUAnd access to the European expert analysts enrolled in our Executive Master of European StudiesStudent activities:Add to your studies, socially as well as intellectually, by participating in the exciting extracurricular activities such as within the student-led lunch-lecture organization Brännpunkt Europa For your application to be considered, you need to meet the formal requirements (see below) as well as submit a CV and a Statement of intent. Please use the Statement of Intent form that you can find at our Entrance Requirements and Selection page.The first year of the program is completed at Konstanz University and the second year at University of Gothenburg. Detailed information is found at: included in the Konstanz Double Degree:Term 1: Research Design I (9 credits) AND Basic Seminar International Relations and European Integration (7 credits) AND Basic seminar Comparative Politics and Policy Analysis OR International Administration and Conflict Management (7 credits) AND International Relations and European Integration (7 credits).Term 2: Research Design II (9 credits) AND International Relations and European Integration (7 credits) AND International Relations (7 credits) AND European Integration (7 credits).Term 3: Social Europe OR European Environment OR Europe in the World (15 credits) AND European Integration: Current Research and Theory (5 credits) AND Integrating European Markets (10 credits).Term 4: Masters Thesis (30 credits).You can apply to all four tracks of our Masters Programme in European Studies:The Social Science TrackThe Humanities TrackThe Double Degree Track with Konstanz University in GermanyThe Double Degree Track with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in the United States