Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

European Studies

Gallery (5 pictures)


Degree Conferred:
Master of Arts (M.A.)

Duration:
4 Semesters

Enrollment:
Wintersemester

Entry requirements:
  • First academic degree in European Studies (focus: Middle and Eastern Europe), final grade at least 2,5 on German scale, 180 CP (ECTS)
  • International applicants need to prove appropriate German skills with „TestDaF“ (all four parts at least level 4) or „DSH“ (Deutsche Sprachprüfung für den Hochschulzugang ausländischer Studienbewerber, level DSH-2) or an equivalent
  • Proof of English with TOEFL test (ibt - at least 79) or IELTS (at least 6.0) or CPE (at least "C") or CAE (at least "B")
  • English CV
  • Letter of Motivation in English

Application Details:
No restricted admission.

Application deadline:
Applicants with German Bachelor degree -
apply at OVGU Magdeburg:
  • July 15
Applicants with international Bachelor degree -
apply through uni-assist:
  • July 15

Language:
Deutsch/Englisch




Objectives

The M.A. European Studies programme is an interdisciplinary course with focus on the areas of European Integration (Ideas, Theories, Institutions and Actors), Governance and Law, European History, European Diversity and Culture, EU Internal and External Relations, International Economics and Macroeconomics as well as Policy Consulting.

The research-orientated course aims to do two things. It concentrates on interdisciplinary acquisition of a rich knowledge which covers both social and cultural sciences, legislation and economics. These skills should enable students to do independent work on European related problem areas. The course also aims that the students make use of funded scientific research and application expertise in one of the core areas with which they will be able to take on a specialisation in a specific area.


Career Perspectives

Depending on specialisation subjects:
  • Research on a national and international level, particularly in the areas of social, cultural and economic sciences.
  • Journalistic employment in the topical area of ‘Europe’.
  • Sociocultural and intercultural agency employment in mass media, charities and NGOs in Europe.
  • Work in public administration and in international organisations.
  • Work in consultancy firms in areas of European politics and business.



Competencies and Interests Required

As well as having outstanding command of the English language, students are expected to be willing to engage themselves with research-orientated perspectives on the topic of Europe and to take an interest in preparing for careers which result from more intense and wider integration processes which are happening in Europe and from the current global trends.


More information

Within the framework of the course students will learn another European language (which isn’t English) either ab initio or improve on a previously learnt language.

Alternatively students can complete an internship at a non-university institution. There is also opportunity for a semester abroad at one of the partner universities. For more information see the homepage:www.eurostud.ovgu.de


Kontakt Studienfachberater

M.E.S. Zawadzka, Agnieszka
Tel. 0391-67-56660
Fax. 0391-67-46553
Zschokkestr. 32, 39104, Magdeburg
Email: agnieszka.zawadzka@ovgu.de


More Links

Last Modification: 21.10.2016 - Contact Person: Dezernat Studienangelegenheiten