This programme provides students with a detailed of contemporary European politics, history and society. It draws on the expertise of five highly ranked departments and the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence. The course enables students to study contemporary Europe from a variety of perspectives.
Modules include: European identities and the EU; european union: history, institutions, politics; plus optional modules.
Course Additional Entry
A Minimum 2.1 1st degree or equivalent, in a subject relevant to the intended area of study (mainly European studies, politics, history, social sciences, law and modern languages); students wishing to follow a country'based path must be fluent in either French or German.
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