I am interested in the European Union, and in the future, I would like to work in one of its institutions, which is why I plan to start European studies in Poland. What does the College of Europe in Warsaw have to offer in this area?
If in the future, you plan a career in the European Union, the post-graduate European Interdisciplinary Studies at the College of Europe in Natolin (Warsaw) are created just for people like you. The College’s interdisciplinary program prepares our graduates to work in European Affairs and in the institutions of the European Union.
The College of Europe in Natolin is also a great choice for those interested in a career in diplomacy, work in non-governmental organizations, or in the private sector. Our English-French bilingual offer in European studies is one of the most comprehensive in the world.
Students engaged in European Interdisciplinary Studies at the College of Europe in Warsaw learn about the specificities of Central and Eastern Europe and study the external relations of the European Union. Thanks to organized study trips, students have the opportunity to better understand the concept of European identities, as well as familiarize themselves with the European Union’s policy at its borders and observe it in practice.
Studies at the College of Europe in Warsaw are also an opportunity to participate in many international conferences which feature politicians, experts and opinion leaders. The international staff of the College of Europe includes top academic teachers as well as specialists from Brussels and beyond who have a broad knowledge of the functioning of the European Union and its institutions, such as the European Parliament, the European Commission or the Council of the European Union.
Natolin Careers and Professional Development Office
The College of Europe in Natolin also offers to its students a dedicated Careers and Professional Development Office, designed to support graduating students in successfully entering the labor market in the private and public sectors, which includes the European Union institutions.
The aim of the Careers and Professional Development Office is to improve students’ competence in career planning in line with their interests (career coaching). This service includes creating professional CVs and elegant motivational letters as well as in depth preparation for recruitment interviews. These professional level tools, made available by the Natolin Careers and Professional Development Office make it easier for our students to start their careers in the European institutions and related structures of the European Union.