Joint Master degree linking the fields of European politics,
contemporary history and culture, economy,
international relations and policymaking.
linking the fields of European politics, contemporary history and culture,
economy, international relations and policymaking.
students and take part in a multi-cultural community
seeking to deepen their understanding of
the European society.
and take part in a multi-cultural community seeking to
deepen their understanding of the European society.
and bolster your value on the job market within
state institutions or private copmanies!
and bolster your value on the job market within
state institutions or private companies!
Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree
Where learners become leaders
EPS programme has received the prestigious label of the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree for the next five years period! The programme will, therefore, offer scholarships to students from all around the world in the period 2020-2025.
The EPS Programme gives its students the possibility to acquire high-profile pluridisciplinary knowledge and skills. The first goal of the EPS Programme is to prepare a new generation of managers, policymakers and research leaders. The excellence of the programme is based on a central focus on the societal, political, economic and cultural processes that have formed contemporary Europe and its role in the international environment, the programme also fosters exchange among diverse European and non-European cultures, and offers a unique learning experience to both EU and non-EU students.
The winner of the 2020 EPS Best Thesis Award is Olha Kovalska with…
Dear EPS friends, Our Programme is coming to the third year of its existence.…
Second-year students can apply for the Best Thesis Award by August 31, 2020.…
Barcelona Research Seminar is the unique opportunity where the 1st-year and 2nd-year students will have an opportunity to meet together and with all academics from partner universities. The third edition of the Barcelona Research seminar…
- 09:00 - 14:00 (21. 1. 2020)
EPS students are invited to the debate in the European House in Prague to discuss current European challenges with EU experts in the Czech Republic.
- 10:00 - 11:30
- European House
What our students and alumni say
Olha KovalskaEPS Alumni
I am grateful for being granted a chance to become a part of the EPS, as this experience made me more mature and skilled and widened my perspective. Alongside courses with great professors, I had an opportunity to feel the EU, to see its diversity, marvelous nature and inspiring history. At some point in past, that was my dream - to obtain a high-quality education in the EU, and so now I can say that my dream came true!
Katherine LangdonEPS Alumni / Co-author of Putin's Totalitarian Democracy (2019) and public school teacher
The opportunity to live in three different countries over the course of this MA program is remarkable and unique. When you walk the streets of European cities every day, the wonders of the European Union’s unprecedented sociopolitical project—as well as the challenges facing it—come alive. I believe this is the kind of education Václav Havel would have wanted.
Anežka FuchsováEPS Alumni / Project manager in Association for International Affairs
I really appreciate that EPS provided me with an opportunity to meet amazing people from various backgrounds which gave me different perspectives on many (not only political) issues. I had a chance to practise soft skills useful in professional as well as private life. I wish all current and future participants in the programme the best of luck.
Stefania-Felicia PavelEPS Student
Appealing to applicants worldwide, EPS fellows come from distinct walks of life and bring widely-varying expertise. This will auspiciously expose you to knowledge and insights that seminal books and authoritative journals cannot fully convey. The enriching lectures, followed by thorough individual study sessions will receive the best and most entertaining complement in the stories of your peers.
Alex KurkiEPS Alumni / Assistant Program Officer for Cultural Vistas' Edmund S. Muskie Internship
In my experience, the most beneficial part of the program was interacting with people who bring different perspectives on topics that are often taken as a given. I learned that discourses surrounding democratic transition and EU identity are not as simple as any single, concise definition of the terms would propose, or what I had initially assumed!
Niklas PawelzikEPS Student
During the two years of the EPS program I have gained great expertise on European Affairs in numerous seminars and academic talks. Moreover, I have learned even more about Europe from my stays in the different countries and my conversations with people with diverse life trajectories.