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Belgium and Poland: College of Europe

THE COLLEGE of Europe offers a 10-month postgraduate programme for students who plan to pursue their career at the European level. In Bruggy, Belgium, the programme involves European law, European economics, European politics and administration. At Natolin, in Warsaw, students can focus on European interdisciplinary studies.

THE COLLEGE of Europe offers a 10-month postgraduate programme for students who plan to pursue their career at the European level. In Bruggy, Belgium, the programme involves European law, European economics, European politics and administration. At Natolin, in Warsaw, students can focus on European interdisciplinary studies.

All applicants to the College of Europe must hold a relevant university degree. Admission to the College of Europe requires either a Bologna Master's degree, a pre-Bologna equivalent degree, or a final university degree and at least 240 ECTS university credits. Equivalence will be determined on the basis of objective criteria.

Excellent knowledge of English and French is required. Students must be in their last year of university studies, majoring in a field close to European studies, and be no more than 30 years old.

Candidates must submit a formal application for admission, which consists of an online application. Tuition fees are €16,800, covering tuition (€10,800), accommodation and catering (€6,000). A scholarship is available

A printed copy of the application and the supporting documents together with the application for a scholarship must be sent by postal mail to SAIA, Nám. Slobody 23, 812 20 Bratislava.

Deadline for applications: January 15, 2008

For more information visit www.coleurop.be

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