UAB

Introduction

This master's degree has been awarded the new distinction as an International Master's Programme (IMP) by the Government of Catalonia.

The master's degree in European Integration continues the UAB's tradition of offering top-level graduate studies on European Integration and takes a multidisciplinary approach (political science, economics, law and international relations), while at the same time allowing a certain specialisation depending on students' prior training and preferences. The master's degree has a policy of exchanges and joint programmes with other universities. The main example of this is the dual degree programme with the University of Toulouse, France, and with the Renmin University of China.

Those interested in enrolling in this master's degree can apply for one of the grants offered by the Catalunya-La Pedrera Foundation for academic year 2017-18, for graduates enrolling in master's degrees.

Career options

This academic and professional specialisation in European studies responds to an increasing social demand for specialists in the field of European issues, both in public administrations and in the private sector. That is, career options are in public administration (town councils and other tiers of local government, European Union institutions and international organisations), in non-governmental organisations and in the private sector (law, business, banking, etc.).

Furthermore, this master's degree serves as a basis for research and teaching staff training in European studies, since students who complete the master's degree can aspire to work in research centres or begin a professional career within the university.

Teaching timetable

Mornings and afternoons
Mondays to Fridays between 4 pm and 8 pm. Some lectures may be offered exceptionally in the mornings.

Foreign and exchange students

Official UAB

40 places
Classroom-based learning
Credits:
60 ECTS credits
Beginning of the pre-enrolment period 13/01/2017
See the calendar
Pre-enrolment open
Price: €46.11 per credit (EU citizens and non-EU holding a Spanish residence permit). 2016/17 Academic year.
€75 per credit (non-EU citizens who do not hold a Spanish residence permit). 2017/18 Academic year.
Faculty: Faculty of Law
http://www.uab.cat/dret/
Language:Spanish (70%), English (30%)
Collaborating institutions:

- University Institute of European Studies (IUEE)
- Faculty of Law

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