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EMAES is an academic programme that as a whole equips students with the knowledge needed to address the challenges of contemporary and future society. It is taught by research-linked teachers at the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence at the University of Gothenburg, and a council of prominent members of the field is tied to the programme, including Commissioner Cecilia Malmström. The programme is cross-disciplinary, with teachers from some dozen disciplines across the university. EMAES is designed to fit students who wish to remain professionally active while studying, with a reduced speed of studying. The majority of the programme is taught online, so that you do not need to relocate to Gothenburg. Each year a small group of students is admitted to the programme, from different fields but with a common interest in learning more about European affairs and explaining their analytical skills on the grounds of the scientific methods. To take advantage of this the courses are designed to allow students to draw on their particular expertise and learn from each other.

Programme Structure

The Executive Master in European Studies (60hec) is a one year degree programme which is taught part-time over two years to allow students to stay professionally active. It comprises courses on the theory and methods of European research. One of the courses is semi-elective, opening up for thematic specialization. 

EMAES has an innovative approach to teaching research methods, with the majority of the methods teaching integrated into the other courses, so that as you learn the methods you immediately get to apply them to relevant materials and questions. At the successful completion of the Executive Master of European Studies, the participant will obtain a Degree of Master of Science in European Studies (MsSc) (60hec).



Director of studies
Urban Strandberg

Student counsellor
Chrissie Evling

Study administrator
Maria Lilleste

Sidansvarig: Anna-Karin Lundell|Sidan uppdaterades: 2017-02-16

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