Master in European Study

General

Program Description

  • Programme: European Study
  • Type: Complete study programme
  • Degree to be obtained: Master
  • Length: 2 years (4 terms)
  • Language: English
  • Fee per year:* 1800 EUR (for EU students) / 2500 EUR (for non-EU students) *
  • Other information: The payment for the dormitory is starting at 165 EUR. For additional information please contact our Admission committee or see the webpage.

Curriculum

A – Obligatory subjects

  • Topical Issues in Political Theory
  • Analysis of Evolution of European Ideas
  • Comparative Political Methodology
  • EU Institutions and Decision Making
  • Quantitative Analysis of EU Policy
  • Qualitative Analysis of EU Policy
  • Political Economy of EU Integration
  • EU legislation
  • EU Integration and Topical Issues in Latvia

B – optional subjects

  • Economic Aspects of EU Social: Comparative Analysis
  • Topical Issues in EU Foreign Policy and Safety Policy
  • EU, Globalization and Localization
  • EU Governance Problems
  • Analysis of ES-USA relations
  • Analysis of ES-Russia relations
  • Analysis of EU-Eurasia relations
  • Social Technologies in the Governance
  • European Nations and Foreign Policy
  • EU Energetic and Climate Policy: Analysis of Problems
  • Political Culture in Europe
  • EU and Global Economy
  • EU Migration Policy Analysis
  • EU Neighbourhood Policy Analysis
  • EU Trade Policy
  • EU Enlargement: Analysis of Contemporary Problems
  • EU Foreign Policy Analysis
  • International Relations: Macro -level Analysis
  • International Relations: Micro -level Analysis
  • International Relations and EU: Analysis of Contemporary Problems
  • EU – India, EU – China: Analysis of Mutual Relations
  • Politics of Germany and Integration in Europe
  • Politics of France and Integration in Europe
  • Politics of Great Britain and Integration in Europe
  • Foreign Policy of Russia: Contemporary Problems
  • International Security: 20th and 21st Century
  • International Economics Relations
  • International Human Rights: Contemporary Problems
  • Latvian Foreign Policy: Contemporary Problems
  • Historical and Contemporary Geopolitics
  • Diplomatic Systems: Intelligence and Foreign Policy
  • International and Diplomatic Law: Analysis of Problems
  • Diplomacy and Lobbyism in the EU
  • Postmodernism, International Relations and Diplomacy
  • Elaborations and presentation of Master Paper
Last updated February 2018

About the School

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