Saint-Louis University - Bruxelles
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2015 - 2016 Programme

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Advanced Master in Interdisciplinary Analysis of European Construction

 Evening Programme    60 credits   1 year
 European Qualifications Framework (EQF): Level 7 
 Internship: no   Final assignment: yes   Exchange Programmes: no


The Advanced Master in Interdisciplinary Analysis of European integration is an academic programme organised jointly by the Institute for European Studies of Saint-Louis University - Brussels and the Catholic University of Louvain.

It is an evening study programme that takes place over one year aimed for students who are already holders of a university degree and an audience already active in the professional world. It allows the acquisition or strengthening of expertise in the field of European affairs.

Classes are held Monday through Thursday from 18h to 21h (three times per week) and some Saturday mornings at Saint-Louis University, Brussels. (Timetable 2nd term)

The Advanced Master (1 year evening course) is for me if:

  • I am the holder of a Masters degree or equivalent;
  • I want to further explore European law and the EU institutions;
  • I work and I wish to gain expertise in European affairs;
  • I am looking for an evening programme compatible with my professional activity.

 

Structure

The 60 credit programme (230 hours) consists of lectures and seminars, as well as a final dissertation.

The core curriculum (35 credits) is organised mainly during the first semester. It consists of disciplinary courses and the course Introduction to the European Information and Documentation. The second semester is devoted to the analysis of the scope and methods of European policies,  the interdisciplinary seminar "Think Europe" and the drafting of the final assignment (15 credits).

For professional, social, medical or academic reasons, a student could introduce a allegement request.