The Master's Degree in European and International Studies (MEIS) is designed to equip students with the theoretical and practical tools needed to understand key aspects of the contemporary world, and the EU's role in international scenarios. The hallmark of the MEIS is its strong multi- and interdisciplinary approach, which encourages students to venture beyond the confines of individual academic disciplines.
The first year offers foundation courses in the core disciplines such as International Economics, International and European Union Law, European and International Politics, Contemporary History, Techniques and Methods in Social Sciences, English Language, and elective workshops in other languages. In the second year, students have to attend four courses in the main subject areas and choose three further elective courses in related subjects.
Advanced English language courses focus on both the acquisition of academic and specialised language and developing effective communication skills in order to be fully functional in any international context.