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Dear friend of the College,
Chère amie, Cher ami du Collège,

You might already know that applications to the College of Europe for the academic year 2020-2021 are open. In this newsletter, we would like to give you an overview of our advanced Master of Arts in European Interdisciplinary Studies which provides graduates and young professionals with the wider perspective on Europe

Further below you will find useful information on our recruitment procedure and on the available scholarship schemes. Candidates should submit their application by 15 January 2020. At the end, we included as usual the latest news from the College of Europe in Natolin.

Enjoy the read, and if you are interested in a virtual tour of our campus or to hear from our students, do not forget to watch our new videos here.
Advanced MA in European Interdisciplinary Studies
Why is the European Interdisciplinary Studies programme at the College of Europe in Natolin an optimal choice for young people dreaming of international careers?
 A Broader Education
Our unique interdisciplinary programme is taught by around 100 leading academics and practitioners from more than 20 different countries
A Deeper Insight
Four customizable specialisations provide our students with key expertise in the internal and external dimensions of European affairs
A Larger Scope
We focus on "Wider Europe" and on the EU’s relations with its nearest neighbours, particularly the countries of the European Neighbourhood Policy
A Richer Experience
Natolin is a multicultural community of around 130 students from more than 30 countries living, learning, and experiencing Europe together
A Greener Location
Our students benefit from high standards of accommodation on a magnificent campus within a historic, picturesque 120-hectare nature reserve, not far from the city center
A Younger City
Based in Warsaw, a vibrant metropolis and international business and research hub, we are an ideal starting point to discover Central and Eastern Europe
A Further Step
We offer our students two inspiring study trips in Europe and its neighbourhoods, allowing them to immerse in topical issues with key experts and decision makers
A Sharper View
A thorough academic preparation, combined with language courses and a professional skills programme, help our students to prepare for today’s job market
A Bigger Network
During the year our students participate in special events with VIP guests, and upon graduation they join our ever-growing alumni network
Scholarship schemes
Every year, more than 70% of College of Europe students are granted partial or full scholarships by their national governments, European institutions or private actors. Below you can find an overview of the main scholarship schemes.
Over 20 national and local governments offer partial or full scholarships to their citizens to study at the College of Europe - Poland, France, Italy, Germany, Ireland, the UK, Sweden, Spain and many many more! Discover the full list of governmental scholarships on this website.
Partial or full scholarships for candidates from EU countries who are interested in the European Neighbourhood Policy. Attribution based on motivation and merit. Learn more about the conditions and eligibility of the ENP scholarships for candidates from EU Member States here.
Full scholarships for candidates coming from countries covered by the European Neighbourhood Policy: Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Egypt, Georgia, Isreal, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Moldova, Morocco, Palestine, Syria, Tunisia, Ukraine. Attribution based on motivation and merit. Find out more about the ENP scholarships for candidates from ENP countries on this website.
Partial or full scholarships for graduates in History and related disciplines from any country. Attribution based on motivation and merit. Related disciplines include: International Relations, Political Science, Sociology, Area Studies, Geography, Philosophy, History of Art, Theology, Classics, Modern Languages and Literature. Learn more about the Geremek scholarships here.
Admissions procedure
The selection process of the College of Europe might be different from what you have previously experienced. Discover the three main stages below and learn more about the procedure on our website: www.coleurope.eu/admission.
Applications for the academic year 2020-2021 are open until 15 January 2020 on admissions.coleurope.eu. The online application is composed of CV, transcripts, motivation letter(s), two recommendation letters, language certificates.
Between March and May 2020 preselected candidates will be invited for an interview either with their national selection committee (depending on citizenship) or with the College of Europe directly (online).
Between May and June 2020, candidates will be informed about their admission to the College of Europe. A couple of weeks later, they will receive the scholarship decision.
News and events
LIVE CHAT with us on Facebook on 11 December between 12:00-14:00 about the European Interdisciplinary Studies programme. Learn more and join here.
CALL FOR PROPOSALS - Contribution to the Conference "Shining a Light on Energy: 10 Years of the Lisbon Treaty" (17-18 June 2020). Learn more here.
Natolin students met with Mr Marian Turski, one of the few living survivors of Auschwitz-Birkenau. Learn more here.
The Three Revolutions 3R Project published the first two volumes of the project’s research work. Learn more here.
Natolin First Semester Study Trips to Ukraine and former Galicia. Learn more and see the pictures here.
Start of the Academic Year 2019-2020 for the Hannah Arendt Promotion at the Natolin campus. Learn more here.
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