The College of Europe, founded in 1949, is one of the oldest and most prestigious postgraduate academies of European studies. It fosters academic understanding of the political, legal, economic and international dynamics surrounding the European integration. The bilingual Master of Arts in European Interdisciplinary Studies offered by the Natolin Campus of the College of Europe also enables students to specialise in European History and Civilisation as well as in European Neighbourhood Policy.

Many European and international affairs professionals are alumni of the College, including hundreds of civil servants based in the EU institutions, as well as several high-profile leaders. The College of Europe welcomes every year students from EU Member States, neighbouring countries and beyond, giving them the opportunity to raise their profile before starting a career within national administrations, diplomacy, European or international organisations, civil society or the private sector.

Many scholarships are offered to students wishing to join the College.

The applications for the year 2018-2019 are open from November, 1st 2017 to January, 17th 2018 via the portal.

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