MA European Studies

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  • Objectives
    To deepen understanding of contemporary European history, politics and international relations.
  • Entry requirements
    For students from a variety of intellectual backgrounds with an interest in Modern Europe and the European Union (EU). For those wishing to do further graduate work and those wishing to obtain a more vocational degree to enhance their employment prospects.
  • Academic title
    MA European Studies
  • Course description
    Programme description

    - Interdisciplinary programme, drawing on departments rated 5 and 5* in RAE.
    - Part of developing research culture in European Studies at King’s.
    - Close international links with prestigious partner institutions.

    This programme offers an in-depth analysis of major scholarly debates in history, politics, political thought and international relations. You are exposed to a range of interdisciplinary approaches through a compulsory core module and will then choose to specialise either on modules covering specific regions or on issues affecting the whole of Europe. You may opt for a general pathway in which you will spend the entire academic year at King's. Alternatively, if you have the appropriate linguistic competence, you are offered a pathway in French or German and the opportunity to pursue your study abroad, spending a semester in one of our partner institutions.

    Our MA has a cosmopolitan mix of students from Britain, the EU and beyond. It is part of our highly successful and expanding European Studies programme and benefits from a core staff of young, energetic and well-published lecturers.


    General; French; German.

    Programme format and assessment

    Taught core and optional modules assessed by coursework and/or examination plus a compulsory dissertation which accounts for 25 per cent of the total marks.


    One year FT, September to September

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