· Honours standard in basic (3-4 years) university degree at appropriately accredited third level institution (except where there is equivalent professional experience). · Evidence of English language capacity (if non-native English speaker). These minimum standards are currently set at 600 (TOEFL), 7 (IELTS) or 250 (computer-based TOEFL). Consideration is given to: · Proven or evidential capacity to study successfully at postgraduate level. · Strength of positive motivation - both personal and professional. · Relevance of academic or professional background to proposed studies. · Linkage between proposed studies and professional and/or personal goals. · Proven or evidential experience of working in a multicultural/international environment.
European Economic & Public Affairs
Months of entry
An intensive, multi-disciplinary and tightly-focused programme of study on the European Union; its development, structures, decision-making and law as well as a major focus on the Union’s growing international role and capacity.
- designed to equip graduates with strong expertise in contemporary European affairs, based on a genuinely inter-disciplinary approach to the comparative study of Europe and the European Union.
- core modules in the internal and external affairs of the European Union, paying particular attention to contemporary changes in political and economic governance of the Euro area.
Qualification and course duration
|Assessment||What kind of work will I be doing? (proportionally)|
|Written/ formal examinations||36|
|Written coursework / continuous assessment||36|
|Dissertation||28 (10000 words)|
Course contact details
- Jean Brennan