ELIAMEP provides the channel for recruiting Greek students for the Master’s Programmes at the College of Europe through the Greek Selection Committee for the College of Europe, which operates on the ELIAMEP premises. The College of Europe is a centre of academic excellence, with five programmes, leading to a Master’s degree. It operates in two campuses, in Bruges (Belgium) and Natolin (Poland).
The six one-year programmes are: European Political and Governance Studies, European Legal Studies, European Economic Studies, EU International Relations and Diplomacy as well as Master of Arts in Transatlantic Affairs in Bruges, and the “European Interdisciplinary Studies: The Internal and External Dimensions of the EU” programme in Natolin.
Applying: The requirements for admission are a relevant University degree of good standard and working knowledge (writing and speaking) of English and French.
Applications open on 12 October, 2023.
Closing date for applications is January 16th, 2024. Interviews for short-listed candidates take place in April/May in Athens by the Greek Selection Committee. Application files should include the documents (in English or in French) listed below:
1. The Application Form of the College of Europe, to be submitted online.
2. a CV indicating the totality of your studies as well as the grades obtained.
3. a certified copy of your degree(s) (if you are not yet in possession of your final degree, please send it as soon as it is available).
4. a transcript from your University, Faculty, School, detailing results for every year of your studies and grades obtained.
5. two academic letters of recommendation from two of your university professors.
No other documents are required. Please note that applications which are not complete, especially with respect to the certificates detailing the results of your studies and the marks obtained cannot be taken into consideration. Please also note that the Master’s Degrees awarded from the College of Europe are recognized from the National Academic Recognition Information Center (NARIC).
Applications should be sent electronically to the College of Europe.
There is a limited number of available scholarships, offered to successful candidates, based on their overall performance. For more information on scholarships, please access the College of Europe website or contact the College directly: [email protected]. More information about fees can be found here.
For further information and a brochure, please contact Ms. Matina Meintani, tel: +30 210 360 7611, email: [email protected].