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About the programme

This unique joint programme, organised by eight universities within the Una Europa consortium, studies the fundamental aspects and values of the European Union as well as European states and societies. Adopting a multidisciplinary approach, it reflects on the role of Europe in the world and offers research skills to analyse key issues related to Europe. Through the extensive mobility programme, students will not only learn about Europe, but also experience, live and grow in an international setting.

logo KU Leuven, logo Universidad Complutense Madrid, logo Jagiellonian University in Kraków, logo Alma Mater Studiorum Universita Di Bologna, logo Universite Paris 1 Pantheon Sorbonne, logo Helsingin Yliopisto, logo The University of Edinburgh, logo Freie Universitat Berlin

Why choose Una Europa's joint Bachelor in European Studies?

  • Are you interested in Europe?
  • Do you want to know more about Europe’s past and present? Have you ever thought about the relationship between Europe and other parts of the world?
  • Do you look for a programme that provides you with truly multidisciplinary knowledge on Europe?
  • Are you also looking for a programme which offers you tailor-made (inter)disciplinary specializations in philosophy, law, economics, history, politics, international relations and linguistics, and which prepare you for your future studies?
  • Do you want to benefit from truly transnational European mobility and take courses in up to three different outstanding European universities during your bachelor studies?
  • Do you like to study with other students from all over Europe and the world?
  • Do you consider a future career in the context of international organizations, the European Union, national public services and diplomacy, the private business sector, think tanks and interest groups, or non-governmental organizations?


Key Trademarks


You choose two to three destinations out of eight countries. An optional winter school allows for additional short-term blended mobility. Immersing yourself into different European cultures, you will develop transversal skills that are high in demand both in domestic and international work environments.


After a joint multidisciplinary curriculum, you choose a major and a minor out of seven fields of study, benefiting from the in-house expertise of all partner universities. You are also encouraged to take up an internship in order to enrich your professional experience.


In addition to English, you master a second European language, gaining a clear added value on the European labour market.


Thanks to the many options, you can tailor the programme to fit your needs, interests and aspirations.