Una Europa Bachelor in European Studies

Una Europa is delighted to announce the launch of its first joint Bachelor’s programme: the Una Europa Bachelor in European Studies, a unique programme co-developed by eight Una Europa partner universities. 

This programme is a result of the commitment of the partner universities to a new level of in-depth transnational collaboration and exemplifies the Una Europa guiding pedagogical principles of high-quality international, multilingual, interdisciplinary and research-based education. It is the first step in the alliance’s ambitious plan to develop and implement joint innovative formats at all levels of education, with a view to enhancing the quality of their joint academic offer and co-develop an educational environment fit for the Graduates of the Future


About the programme

The Una Europa Bachelor in European Studies is a highly innovative programme, built on the values of multidisciplinarity and multilingualism. In the joint Bachelor in European Studies, students will study the fundamental aspects and values of the European Union, as well as European states and societies, in a multilingual environment. Adopting a multidisciplinary approach, students will learn how to understand and analyse Europe and its role in the world. Through the extensive mobility programme, students will not only learn about Europe, but also experience, live and grow in an international setting. 

Emily Palmer, Secretary-General of Una Europa: “We are very proud of the excellent programme that our dedicated academics have co-developed across countries, languages, institutions and disciplines. We look forward to start recruiting our first student cohort for the next academic year.” Applications for the programme are already open via www.jointbaes.eu/apply. Students from non-EEA countries are encouraged to apply by 1 March and students from EEA countries by 1 June.

More information about the programme is available via our dedicated website: https://baes.una-europa.eu

 

 

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