JOINT DEGREES

MA EUROPEAN HISTORY & CIVILSATION (LEIDEN)

The Europaeum Masters Programme in European History and Civilisation offers graduate students a special opportunity to deepen their knowledge of European history and institutions, their philosophical and historical backgrounds and underpinnings, and their social and economic contexts, through the lens of three different university worlds. This knowledge plays an increasingly crucial role in practical decision-making and strategic planning, where Europe-wide and global contact and negotiation is required.

Students spend a term each in Leiden, Paris and Oxford.

The main contact for this course is the Leiden coordinator Dr Bart van der Steen b.s.van.der.steen@hum.leidenuniv.nl, as indicated on the Leiden course page.
The Europaeum contact for the course is Dr Tracey Sowerby who is the Academic Director for the MA for the Oxford element, but Oxford logistics are handled by the main office. All Europaeum Contacts can be found here: https://europaeum.org/people/

Details on how to apply: https://www.universiteitleiden.nl/en/education/study-programmes/master/history/europaeum-programme-european-history-and-civilisation-leiden-oxford-paris-programme/admission-and-application

MA European Politics & Society


This joint master’s degree is offered by Charles University as leading partner (Prague), plus Jagellonian University (Krakow), Leiden University and Pompeu Frabra University (Barcelona), with the help of Erasmus Mundus funding. It is a two-year programme that starts in Prague and subsequently offers different options. Students will receive a Europaeum Certificate and some will be invited to attend the Spring School in Oxford in their second year.
More information and how to apply

Vaclav Havel Programme

This is a specialisation offered to master’s students at Charles University (Prague), Leiden University and Paris I (Sorbonne) who can spend one semester at one partner university. They will receive a Europaeum Certificate and some will be invited to attend the Spring School in Oxford.