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European Centres of Academic Excellence

College of Europe, Bruges (Belgium) and Natolin (Warsaw, Poland)

Founded in 1949, the College of Europe was the world’s first and is one of the most reputed institutes of European postgraduate studies located in two campuses: Bruges (Belgium) and Natolin (Warsaw, Poland).

The College of Europe is characterised by its academic independence, the diversity of its teaching staff and its multicultural environment which together create a genuine European ‘microcosm’. It relies on a large worldwide network. Its programmes open up rewarding professional prospects in Europe and at the international level. Students come from over 50 countries and their average age is 25. The one year programme (September-June) is taught in English and French. Students benefit by working together in an international community of students, faculty and staff members and learn how to operate in an international environment. A large number of full and partial scholarships are available.

  • Master of Arts in European Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Master of Arts in EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies
  • Master of Arts in European Political and Administrative Studies
  • Master of Arts in European Economic Studies
       - European General Economic Studies
       - European Economic Integration and Business

  • Master in European Law (LLM)
    Specialisation in:
    European Law and Economic Analysis (ELEA)

  • University of Applied Sciences Eberswalde, Germany
    Faculty of Forest and Environment

  • M.Sc. Forest Information Technology

    The Master's programme trains specialists who are qualified for the creative application of Information Technology to describing problems and creating solutions for environmental issues. The programme has a cooperative partnership with the Warsaw University of Life Sciences in Poland.

  • M.Sc. Global Change Management

    The International Master Study Programme trains specialists who are able to effectively contribute to the mitigation of and adaptation to the effects of Global Change. The main focus is on a proactive sustainable use of natural resources.

    You will study in a beautiful landscape - but also near Berlin, the exciting capital of Germany.

  • The University of Sunderland, North East of England

    The University of Sunderland is an innovative, forward-thinking academic Institution with high standards of teaching, research and support that sits at the heart of one of the UK's most up and coming cities. The University has established strong links with industry and business, and works closely with some of the world's leading companies.

    The University of Sunderland has 18,500 students on Campus from all over the world and from more than 78 countries.

    The two campuses- one in the city and one on the coast are perfectly placed to ensure a life changing student experience.

    The city of Sunderland is one of the few coastal cities in the UK with over 300,000 residents.

    Some of the recent successes of the University of Sunderland are :
    • The Best University for the overall quality & range of research (Guardian 2008)
    • The Business & Management programs are classed as “excellent” by the Quality Assurance Agency of the British Ministry of Education
    • The Tourism program at Sunderland is ranked as No 6 in the UK
    • Sunderland University is highlighted as a world leader in Research ( R.A.E December 2008)
    The University offers also an extensive programme of Scholarships and bursaries. Information can be found on:

    More information about the University of Sunderland can be found on


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