Bachelor's degree with 2:1 honours (or international equivalent) in a subject relevant to the intended area of study. Such subjects could include (but not limited to): Politics, Philosophy, Economics, European studies, International Relations, History and other Social Sciences.
Months of entry
The MA European Political Economy offers students the opportunity to pursue in-depth study of the political economy of the European Union, drawing on a range of approaches including International Relations, Political Economy and Public Policy Analysis.
The programme is characterised by a broad and historical approach to European & International Studies. Ideal for employment in the EU, business, public service, research and teaching.
- Interdisciplinary programme drawing on the expertise of highly ranked departments
Taught by well-published and multi-national staff and vibrant research community, designated as a Jean Monnet Centre of Europe in the World
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Professor Simona Talani