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MA in Advanced European and International Studies, Nice/Berlin/Istanbul/Rome‏

The Institut européen des hautes études internationals (IEHEI), an
international teaching and research institute in Nice, invites
graduate students to apply for its Master programme 2011/12. The
“Master in Advanced European and International Studies” (MAEIS) offers
an overarching, encompassing vision of the political, social,
economic, and cultural problems of today´s modern world. The courses
are taught by renowned academics from various European countries, as
well as experts from research institutions and practitioners from
international organisations. They offer a multi-faceted view on Europe
and give students the opportunity to discuss achievements and problems
of Europe and to develop ways to handle them. Since 1964 the IEHEI has
graduated over 5000 students coming from more than 80 different
One programme – two branches
The Master programme comprises three terms and is subdivided into two
- The trilingual branch (teaching languages are English, French, and
German) includes trimesters in Nice and Berlin, as well as a one week
stay at our partner university in Rostock and a two week seminar at
our partner university in Rome.
- The anglophone branch includes trimesters in Istanbul, Nice and
Subject Areas: European Integration, International Relations, Economy
and Globalisation, Federalism and Governance.
Both branches organise a study trip to the European and international
organisations in Geneva, Strasbourg and Brussels
Deadline for applications: 30 June 2011.
The courses take place from October 2011 to July 2012. A limited
number of scholarship funds are awarded to particularly qualified
candidates to cover parts of the costs of their studies and/or their
Please consult our homepage for further information
or write to
Our diplomas (60 ECTS) are delivered in cooperation with our partners,
among them Istanbul Bilgi University, the Universities of Rostock and
Rome and the Institut für Europäische Politik in Berlin.
This programme is supported by the European Union.