College of Europe Natolin

Your path towards a European and international career

The College of Europe in Natolin with its postgraduate Master of Arts in European Interdisciplinary Studies provides graduates, young professionals and future leaders with the Wider Perspective on Europe and prepares them for fascinating international careers in many different sectors.

About Natolin

An iconic location, a European story

"This College of Europe at Natolin is more than the symbol of Europe found once again, it is the hope represented in this beautiful historic place. The hope that exchanges can multiply for greater mutual understanding and fraternity" - Jacques Delors, Former President of the European Commission, 26 May 1994

  • A Richer
    Experience

    A multicultural community of around 130 students from more than 30 countries living, learning, and experiencing Europe together on one campus

  • A Bigger
    Network

    Special events with VIP guests throughout the year and active inclusion in our ever-growing alumni network, both flagships of College of Europe, the oldest and most prestigious institute of postgraduate studies in European affairs

  • A Younger
    City

    Warsaw: a growing and vibrant metropolis boasting a wealth of history and culture, and an ideal starting point to discover Central and Eastern Europe

  • A Greener
    Location

    High standards of accommodation on a magnificent campus within a historic, picturesque 120-hectare nature reserve, just a stone’s throw away from the city center

A Broader Education

A first-class interdisciplinary programme taught by around one hundred leading academics and practitioners from Europe and beyond

Reflecting the increasingly complex and interconnected nature of European integration and of the surrounding world, this programme enables our graduates to make a substantial contribution to European affairs, be it through working in national administration, diplomacy, European institutions, international organizations or NGOs, but also in the private sector and academia.

A Deeper Insight

Four comprehensive specialisations providing key expertise in the internal and external dimensions of European affairs, customisable according to students’ interests

A Sharper View

Thorough academic preparation, combined with language courses and a professional skills programme designed for today’s competitive job market

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A Larger Scope

A focus on Wider Europe and on the EU’s relations with its nearest neighbours, particularly the countries covered by the European Neighbourhood Policy

A Further Step

Two inspiring study trips in Europe and beyond, immersing students in topical issues on-site with key experts and decision makers

130

Students

30

Nationalities

90

Visiting professors

14,500

Alumni

Study Trips

The study trips are designed to provide students with knowledge which cannot be delivered by traditional means on the campus. In this respect they represent an irreplaceable added value to the academic programme. Because Europe is out there and is an adventure to be lived.

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Brussels
Bruges
Helsinki
Kaliningrad
Yerevan
Sarajevo
Mostar
Banja Luka
Prague
Tallinn
Tartu
Tbilisi
Frankfurt
Athens
Budapest
Pristina
Riga
Vilnius
Kaunas
Luxembourg
Skopje
Chisinau
Bucharest
Tiraspol
Belgrade
Bratislava
Tunis
Istanbul
Kyiv
Lviv
Uzhhorod
Odesa
Zagreb
Dubrovnik
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The map shows some of the previous destinations of our tailor-made study trips.

Testimonials

What our former students say

COLLEGE OF EUROPE IN NATOLIN

The Wider Perspective on Europe

Watch our video and find out what our students and staff members have to say about the College of Europe in Natolin.

Application Process

How does it work?

Pre-register and stay in touch with us

In order to be notified on the opening of applications and receive more information, complete your pre-registration via the button below.

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Fill in the online application

Applications for the academic year 2020-2021 are open from October 2019 to January 2020 on our online admissions portal. Applications need to be submitted with all requested supporting documents (including at least one motivation letter and two recommendation letters) before the closing date.

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Admission process

Depending on their country, shortlisted applicants are informed about their preselection between February and March. They are then invited for an interview either with their national selection committee or with the College of Europe directly, between March and May. Candidates are informed about the outcome of their interview by e-mail a couple of weeks later, between April and June.

Scholarships

Around 70% of our students are granted scholarships by their national government or by public or private institutions. The College of Europe also awards scholarships, thanks to the support of European Union institutions.

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Congratulations – it is time to move to Natolin!

You are about to start a ten-month journey (from August/September to June) into the intricacies of European affairs in one of the most beautiful campuses in Europe.

Warsaw

The capital of Poland since 1596, located in the east-central part of the country, a fascinating city full of contradictions, by many called imperishable, with its magical soul in locations that do not exist anymore. Warsaw will excite, provoke and inspire you by its atmosphere evoked by a fabulous combination of historical buildings and modern urban architecture.

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