The curriculum is composed of module-based classes starting in October and running until the end of June. During the nine month period of full-time studies, students gain a deep insight into the political, economic and legal aspects of the EU. During the months of June - August students complete the master thesis.
Career Development Program
University of Bonn's programme of Master of European Studies - Governance and Regulation offers a Career Development Program (CDP). Professional training sessions prepare students for the application process and job interviews. During the course of study, students learn to work in multi-national teams, to be tolerant and cooperative, and to show strong intercultural understanding. These skills are essential for a professional international career. After successful participation, ZEI Fellows (our students) receive a certificate recognising their newly trained skills.
The program has been re-accredited in 2015 with the highest scores (very international, outstanding faculty, professional social and management skills training).
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