Master of Arts in European Interdisciplinary Studies
The College of Europe is the oldest and Europe’s most renowned institute of postgraduate European studies. The advanced Master of Arts in European Interdisciplinary Studies offered at Natolin (Warsaw) provides graduates and young professionals with the wider perspective on Europe. Learn more.
Natolin boasts an international faculty comprised of around one hundred leading academics and practitioners from Europe and beyond. High-level events allow students to meet and discuss with world leaders and prominent opinion makers.
events and vips
Every year, Natolin hosts a community of around 130 students from over 30 nationalities. The individual development of each and every student is of paramount importance.
This is why Natolin combines a thorough academic preparation with language courses, a professional skills programme and extracurricular activities, to prepare our students to enter today’s competitive job market. Learn more.
The College’s residential life is a vital component of the student experience. By living in student residences, students from across Europe and beyond live and work together, in the classroom, in the residences, and in the College as a whole. The intensity of this personal experience and interaction ensures that students become familiar with the full cultural and social diversity of Europe and learn how to work in an international environment.
The College of Europe experience does not stop at the end of the academic year. With more than 15,000 alumni from around 50 countries, our graduates join a global network of young leaders, featuring personalities who have reached senior positions in the public and private sectors.
Our graduates successfully pursue a career in European and international affairs, international business, national administration, NGOs, journalism or the academic world.
My time at the College of Europe has influenced the course of my entire career. Time spent there is an investment in the future.
As in many postgraduate universities you can learn a lot in classrooms, but what you cannot learn elsewhere and what makes Natolin a unique place is the people that you meet and what you can learn about Europe by living together, by eating together, by studying together, by being part of this vibrant and very diverse community.
The College of Europe is a hub where invaluable ideas are born and fascinating discussions are held. Discussing the future of European policies with fellow students from more than 30 nationalities is absolutely exciting. The College of Europe is a once-in-a-lifetime adventure.
fees and scholarships
Studying for an advanced Master can be a considerable financial investment. Approximately 70% of our students are granted full or partial scholarships by their respective governments or by public or private institutions.
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