Master of Science in Economics at the University of Rome Tor Regata

The MSc in Economics (LM-56) is a two-year graduate program entirely taught in English, with a strong emphasis on quantitative economics, and carried out in an international academic environment supported by intense tutoring.

The program is of interest to those who want to pursue a career in national and international institutions that require advanced analytical skills, or who want to strengthen their background in order to continue into a Ph.D. program in Economics worldwide.

During the second year, selected students also have the opportunity to attend a Dual Degree Program in partnership with the University of Gothenburg or the University of Konstanz. Moreover, every year they award the best performing students with financial prizes reserved to first year students and to graduates.

Further information is available at where interested students can find the application form

You can also view this Pamphlet: MSc in Economics_Tor Vergata University



Charles University – Master Programmes in English

The Institute of International Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague offers four interdisciplinary Master’s Degree Programmes taught in English for the academic year 2018/2019. These programmes are coordinated under the label “Prague Area Studies” (PRAREAS) and focus on distinctive areas: the countries of Eurasia and Central, East and Southeastern Europe, the German-speaking countries, European Union and North America.

Balkan, Eurasian and Central European Studies (BECES)

BECES offers the English-speaking audience a deep and versatile exploration of “the East”, understood as the territory composed of Central Europe, the Balkan peninsula, and the countries of the former Soviet Union, including the those in the Caucasus and Central Asia. Primary attention is paid to modern history, politics and diplomacy, as well as to fundamental social, cultural and economic problems. The programme also offers students the chance to learn or improve their knowledge of the Czech language and some other languages of the area. After a completion of BECES, the students will acquire an advanced level of graduate education including a good command of one or two languages of the area as well as a broad and, at the same time, deep knowledge of the region studied. They will be capable of open but critical understanding and conceptual thinking, and of appreciating cultural diversity. This intellectual equipment will provide them with an opportunity to continue their self-education and find work related to the problems of the studied area in both the public and private spheres. The deadline for academic year 2018/19 is 30th April 2018.

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Central European Comparative Studies (CECS)

CECS focuses on the areas of Germany, Austria and the Visegrad Countries (the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland and Hungary) with an overlap onto neighbouring regions. It offers a thorough comparative and multidisciplinary understanding of the historical, political, economic and cultural developments of those countries. The programme focuses on comparative analysis in the following areas: political systems in the 20th century, political developments since 1990, the economy, European integration, culture, and the history of society in the 19th and 20th centuries. It also offers students a chance to learn or improve their knowledge of some of the Slavic languages spoken in the area.
A graduate of CECS will gain a wide range of analytical skills focused primarily, though not exclusively, on understanding the Central European region from a political, historical, economic, cultural and social point of view. Subsequently, such graduates will most likely emerge as regional analysts, diplomats, higher civil servants, employees of European institutions or territorial experts. In addition to having a mastery of English, the graduate will possess an advanced knowledge of German (still the most important language of the Central European region) and a basic knowledge of at least one Slavic language of the region. The programme is offered either in the form of a full-time programme of study or as parttime study (optimised for working people and with classes on Friday afternoons).
The deadline for academic year 2018/19 is 30th April 2018.

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Master in Area Studies (MAS)

The MAS interdisciplinary programme offers expert knowledge and analytical-synthetic skills focused on modern history and current developments of Europe, Eurasia, and North America. The programme provides the students with tools for social science analysis and allows them to build their own thematic and territorial profile according to their individual needs and future career plans. Graduates of MAS will be endowed with internationally recognizable multi-disciplinary training in the study of international affairs. They will be able to analyze individual topics arising within the region of their interest from a multidisciplinary point of view in terms of social sciences (sociology, economics, political science, and international relations) and modern history. Programme graduates will be able to understand current issues in their historical, societal, political, and economic context. Mastering several foreign languages, they will be capable of reflecting local debate and local perspectives on transnational issues.Thanks to a systematic focus on academic writing, graduates will be capable of producing texts of a high professional and formal quality. They will be able to deliver qualified comments on the developments of states and societies of the studied regions. The deadline for academic year 2018/19 is 30th April 2018.

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European Politics and Society (EPS)

EPS is a multidisciplinary two-year Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree Programme linking the fields of European politics, contemporary history and culture, economy, international relations and policymaking. EPS offers four different study tracks reflecting the diverse expertise of the four leading European universities (Prague, Leiden, Krakow, and Barcelona). EPS gives its students the possibility to acquire high-profile multidisciplinary knowledge and skills. The key role of the programme is to identify and analyse challenges Europe faces today. The programme will prepare a new generation of managers, policymakers and research leaders who will understand the societal, political, economic and cultural processes. The deadline for academic year 2018/19 is 30th April 2018.

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International Relations & Diplomacy Programs at the American Graduate School in Paris

The American Graduate School in Paris (AGS) offers American higher education programs to students from around the world. AGS is a “boutique” school that concentrates all of the qualities of a top rate educational institution in an intimate, multicultural learning environment.

AGS has expertise in International Relations and diplomacy, including conflict
resolution, gender issues, NGO management, environmental politics, international public
law, foreign policy, and area studies: Africa, Asia, Europe, Middle East.

Privileged access to the international scene in Paris
Home to hundreds of NGOs, intergovernmental organizations, and diplomatic missions,
Paris is an ideal setting to study international relations. AGS provides privileged access
through guest talks, conferences, site visits, and internship opportunities.

World-class international faculty
Drawn from the international community in Paris, the AGS faculty features accomplished scholars as well as experienced practitioners including former ambassadors, senior UN officers, and NGO leaders.

A multicultural environment
More than 50 nationalities have been represented in the AGS student body over the
past twenty years, bringing multiple perspectives and fostering the dialogue and
understanding that are the heart of the school’s mission.

Personalized attention to each student
AGS is a small, elite graduate school. Classes have 5 to 20 students, allowing everyone
to receive close attention and guidance from professors and staff.

A launch pad for an international career
AGS alumni work in foreign affairs, international development and cooperation, human rights advocacy, humanitarian aid, security and intelligence, business, academia,
journalism, and many other professional fields in government, intergovernmental
organizations, NGOs, think tanks, and the private sector.


The School Offers: 

American M.A.& Ph.D. programs in the heart of Paris

Dual degrees in partnership with French & U.S. universities

Certificates in NGO Management & area studies

Study abroad in Paris

Optional French language courses

Internship opportunities in Paris

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Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree in European Politics and Society at Charles University

Joint Programme

Charles University together with its international academic partners is offering a unique new two-year international joint-master in European Politics and Society (EPS) in which you can study at four  major European research universities in four beautiful cities: Prague, Leiden, Krakow and Barcelona. This programme is linking the fields of European politics, contemporary history and culture, economics, international relations and policymaking. The key role of the programme is to identify and analyse the key challenges Europe faces today (migration, security, populism, (Br)exits), and prepare
the next generation of managers, policymakers and research leaders to deal with them.

Application Deadlines

The deadline for academic year 2018/19 is 28th February 2018. The admission procedure is done through the online application accessible from the webpage of the EPS programme You can send inquiries about the EPS programme to the following e-mail address:

Joint Events

All students spent their first semester in Prague, where they participate in the Prague Introductory week, At the end of the first semester, they choose the topic of the Master thesis and write a draft proposal for the thesis project, which they will present at a three-day Research Seminar in Barcelona. For the second semester students have two options, go to Leiden or Krakow. The two final semesters can be spent at any of the four universities depending on the specialization. In the third semester all students will travel to Brussels, for the Brussels field trip, a 3-day event to meet experts from EU institutions. After the third semester all students will participate in the Barcelona Research Seminar where they will get feedback on their thesis project from other students and academic experts. The final semester is devoted to finalizing the Master thesis, but all students will also participate in the Oxford Spring School.

Tuition fee

Tuition fee is 8 000 EUR per year. This programme received the Erasmus Mundus funding. There are approximately 22 Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree Scholarships each year covering the whole 100 % of the tuition fee and offering to students extra 1 000 EUR per months as living allowances.

Excellence Scholarship Award: Excellence Scholarship Award: Best self-funded students from the first year per each intake might be awarded the ‘Excellence Scholarship Award’ (covers 50 % of the Tuition Fee for the second year of their study).

Other Opportunities

Charles University also has Masters Degrees Programmes taught in English labelled as Prague Area Studies (PRAREAS): Balkan, Euroasian and Central European Studies, Master in Area Studies and Central European Comparative Studies. More information about those programmes can be found on the website.

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Summer Seminar on Nationalism, Religion and Violence

Priority Deadline: February 28, 2018

The Summer Seminar on Nationalism, Religion and Violence 2018 is organized by Charles University, Prague and Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and supported by the University of Birmingham, the Humboldt University of Berlin, the French Research Center in Humanities and Social Sciences (CEFRES) and the UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES) and is ready to launch its sixth year.

A key goal of the Summer Seminar, taking place in Prague between June 18-29, 2018, is to contribute in a substantial way to the study of violence and to catalyze the growth of the study of violence as a field. It is led by international researchers from universities and institutions with an excellent reputation such as the Humboldt University of Berlin, Central European University (Budapest), the University of Birmingham, the University of Manchester, the University of Pennsylvania, Eötvös Loránd University (Budapest) and the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv.

The seminar targets highly motivated students, particularly graduate students of Political Science, History, Anthropology, International Relations, International Law, Journalism and other related disciplines, as well as post-docs and professional activists.

Participants may receive a certificate of attendance and 8 ECTS credits for their active
participation in the program once the assignments are fulfilled. Since degree requirements vary among universities, students/graduates are advised to ensure, preferably in advance, that their college or university will recognize such certification and award the suggested credits. The peer-reviewed journal JNMLP agreed to consider the publication of a special issue including the best academic papers submitted upon completion of the Summer Seminar.

Admission timeline:
28 February 2018: Priority deadline
31 March 2018: Deadline for those needing visas for the Czech Republic
30 April 2018: Final application deadline


Please submit the following documents to:
• Short curriculum vitae
• Letter of motivation
• Proof of university enrollment or graduation
• Proof of English language sufficiency

Applications are reviewed and accepted on a rolling basis, so they encourage you to apply as early as possible. Those who apply early will receive first consideration for both admission and scholarship decisions. All applicants will be notified of admission decisions by e-mail within two weeks after each respective deadline at the latest.
Program Costs
The participation fee is 750 Euros and includes:
• Tuition
• Fieldwork excursions
• Cultural and social events
• Weekend excursion (1 full day incl. meal)
• Reading materials
• Refreshments during the seminar
Participants are responsible for covering the accommodation of their choice, their travel
expenses and visa if necessary.

Discounts and Fellowships
Students of Charles University, the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and the University of Birmingham as well as Nationalism, Religion and Violence Summer Seminar’s alumni are all eligible for a 20% discount on the tuition fee. A limited number of tuition fee discounts will be available for selected candidates based on their academic merit and financial needs. A limited number of fellowships will be granted to PhD candidates/students or advanced graduate students coming from any of the following countries: Ukraine, Russia, Moldova,Belarus, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan.

For more information, contact:
Nikola Karasová
Program Coordinator
Summer Seminar on Nationalism, Religion and Violence
Institute of International Studies
Charles University, Prague

Or visit the website of the Nationalism, Religion and Violence Summer Seminar:




Political Science Scholarships for Central European University

The Application Deadline is February 1, 2018

The Department of Political Science at CEU invites you to apply for its one- and two-year MA program, as well as of a PhD program, taught in English, in a highly international environment. The one-year MA and the PhD program are accredited in the U.S., the two-year MA has double, U.S. and Hungarian accreditation.

The department offers a wide range of financial assistance for prospective students. About 90% of the students at the Political Science Department are granted some kind of financial aid, ranging from tuition waivers to full stipends. All PhD students are fully funded. The 7:1 student/faculty ratio ensures the opportunity for professional development for each and every student and they aim to foster critical thinking and analytical skills through debates, workshops, seminars, and conferences.

Future Applicants will find the information they need on their website.

CEU info

Masters Programs at Charles University in Prague

The Institute of International Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague would like to present its four Masters programs in English: Balkan, Eurasian and Central European Studies, Central European Comparative Studies, Master in Area Studies and European Politics and Society. for undergraduate students interested in interdisciplinary graduate studies encompassing area studies, contemporary history, international relations and other related academic fields.

More detailed information and important links can be found below and in the attachments or on our website. For the newest information, please visit the Facebook page.

For more information, please contact Klára Žaloudková

Prague Area Studies Coordinator

Institute of International Studies
Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University
U Krize 8, 158 00 Praha 5
Czech Republic

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