This degree program is being discontinued.
Applications are not possible anymore.
How must European integration processes be structured? Where do we need more and where less Europe? What can Europe contribute to global, sustainable and socially just development? These and other questions are covered in the bilingual (German/English) master’s program. Students learn methodological skills and apply these to practical situations.
The program draws students from different cultural backgrounds and encourages them to develop a shared understanding of the complex interactions taking place within the European economy and European society. The program provides insights into the three core disciplines of economics, law, and sociology, focusing on the interdependencies between economic trade, legal frameworks, and the social consequences for individual member states as well as cross-border societal development within the European Union. One special feature of the program is the research project in the third semester. Students are given the opportunity to work in research groups attached to faculty chairs or at an associated research facility and develop their own research proposals in the various colloquia on offer.