European Studies - Management of EU-Projects
Language of instruction: English
The Master’s programme brings forth experts in project management, project financing, consulting and lobbying within the framework of the European Union. This programme is right for you if you wish to take part in shaping the EU-network or if you wish to pursue a career in an institution connected with the European Union.
Programme fact file
Master’s programme - 4 semesters,
Master of Arts in Business - MA
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Part-time study, Friday 8.30 - 21.00,
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|Place of study||7000 Eisenstadt, Campus 1|
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- language of instruction: English
- suitable for graduates of various disciplines
- renowned and distinguished professionals. A brilliant mix of university professors and specialists working for EU-institutions
- international student body
- study visits to EU institutions and guest lectures
- excellent career prospects
Application and admission process
Twenty-four candidates are accepted to the University of Applied Sciences course European Studies – Management of EU Projects programme every year.
Registration deadline: May 31st
(After this date applicants can only apply for remaining spaces.)
Registrations for the University of Applied Sciences course European Studies – Management of European Projects programme received by the given deadline will be considered for the next academic year. Candidates may register using the registration form or online.
A prerequisite for participation in the admission procedure is completion of all the registration requirements by the given deadline. Candidates will be informed in good time regarding the date of the interview. Planned dates for 2018 (pdf)
The personal interview consists of three parts:
Part A of the admission procedure consists of a five minute Power-Point or flip chart presentation about the candidate’s previous education, professional experience, additional qualifications, reasons for applying for this course and any other issues the candidate considers to be important.
Part B consists of research and a five minute Power-Point presentation on a current topic about the European Union selected by the candidate.
Part C covers general knowledge about the European Union, concentrating on the topic chosen for the presentation. (http://www.europainfo.at/media/file/5_Europa_in12Lektionen.pdf)
If the candidate does not attend the interview without a good reason, the candidate will be excluded from the admission procedure.
Decision about the application
Candidates are evaluated, ranked and informed in writing about their application.
Candidates who are not offered a firm place are put on a waiting list and move up the list if other candidates decide to drop out. Late registrations will only be considered if there are spaces available.
Completion of a post-secondary level programme of at least three years at an accredited domestic or foreign educational institution is required.
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Those possessing a Master’s degree in European Studies are generalists who are prepared to take on leading positions in a variety of professional settings.
Design, planning, submission of EU-project proposals, planning and managing of projects: project budgeting, project documentation, evaluation, validation and dissemination
Finance structure design and grant processing
Consultancy for planning and submitting EU-projects
Networking and Lobbying
on regional, national and EU-level