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Euroculture offers great opportunities if you are interested in understanding—and shaping—today's Europe. Our two-year master's programme is ideal for students who understand that Europe's future will be shaped not only by economics and politics, but also by struggles over identities, values, and heritage. Our MA programme will equip you with the tools to understand the vital interplay between culture and politics in European society.
With an interdisciplinary approach that combines courses from at least two leading European universities with an internship and hands-on skills training, Euroculture prepares you to make a difference in careers like diplomacy, international business, research, journalism, cultural management, and European administration.
Selected by the European Commission as an Erasmus Mundus Programme of Excellence, Euroculture is a truly international MA programme. In 2017, Euroculture was for the sixth time considered to be a "top" Master Programme by Keuzegids, an independent Dutch guide ranking university Programmes.
For more detailed information, please visit the Euroculture consortium website.
|diplomaMA Europese Studies|
|typeregulier, 120 EC|
|opleidingsduur2 jaar voltijd|
|maximum aantal plaatsen: 25|
Waarom aan de Rijksuniversiteit?
2015 : score 78, 2016 : score 76, 2017, 2018
Groningen is also an excellent choice of residence because this university town is lively and pleasant, with about 1 out 5 inhabitants being a student. For students there are excellent facilities not only for studying (ICT, library, Placement Office, International Office), but also for sports, entertainment and leisure.
For the second semester, students in Groningen attend a methodology course, Eurocompetence II, and a research seminar.
In the third semester, students opt for either a Research or a Professional Track and submit a Thesis Portfolio.
The last semester consists of writing a thesis and completing Eurocompetence III (Project or PhD application).
- Core Fields of European Culture (1st semester)
- Eurocompetence I (1st semester)
- 2nd semester ABROAD
- Eurocompetence II (2nd semester)
- Intensive Programme (a 7-day summer school taking place at the end of the 2nd semester)
The Cultural Construction of Europe: Language, Art and Thought
Cultural History: Domains of European Identity
The Political and Legal Construction of Europe
Research Seminar II: Integration Processes
Methodology & Theory
Intensive Programme Euroculture
Research Seminar I: Representing Europe
- Work Placement (Professional Track) or additional Research Seminars (Research Track) (semester 3)
- Thesis Portfolio (semester 3)
- Eurocompetence III: Project Application Writing (semester 4)
- MA thesis (semester 4)
Master's Thesis Euroculture: Research
Euroculture Internship and Report keuzevak
Master's Thesis Euroculture: Writing
If you choose this track for the 3rd semester, you will attend research courses either at a non-EU partner university (limited number of places for EU students only) or at any EU partner university.
The Euroculture Research Track is a follow-up of Research Seminars (2nd semester), which deepens the student's theoretical knowledge, skills and understanding, and preferably relates to the student's MA thesis topic. This track is especially suited to students who would like to continue with a PhD or (academic) research career after completion of the Euroculture programme.
- A limited number of places /scholarships are offered for the research track outside of Europe (selection applies). European students apply for 2 non-EU partner universities of their choice. Admission to the research track depends on the students' merit, ambitions and motivation.
- Each student who want to attend the RT at a European partner university submits an individual RT proposal before the 3rd semester, to be approved by the Euroculture Exam Commission.
RESEARCH TRACK IN GRONINGEN:
- Research Seminar Dimensions of Citizenship (10 ECTS)
- Research Studio (5 ECTS)
- Thesis Portfolio (5 ECTS)
- Elective courses (10 ECTS)
In the 3rd semester, students can opt for a work placement.
The work placement is a follow-up of Eurocompetence I and II and links theoretical knowledge, skills and understanding with practical experience - transferring this knowledge to a non-academic audience.
Students who opt for this track, will conduct it at an organisation or an institution relevant to Euroculture. This placement can be completed at either international or national organisations and institutions.
The Euroculture placement coordinator and the Placement Office of the Faculty of Arts can assist you in finding a suitable placement provider, as well as with the administrative procedures.
For a an overview of placement organisations, see: https://www.euroculturemaster.eu/career-prospects/
|taal van onderwijs||100% en|
onderwijsvormenoral presentation, internship, research project, excursion, tutorial, lecture, working group, group assignment, portfolio, group discussion, individual assignment, self study, project, seminar
study guidanceIf you have any questions about your studies, or personal matters to address, you can always contact the study advisor. She knows all the ins and outs of the Euroculture programme and the courses offered at consortium universities. With her you can discuss your various study abroad options and personal planning. The study advisor is impartial and everything discussed is treated confidentially. She can also help you find the right institutions and student desks for your problems.
study abroadIn the 1st semester students start at any one of the European partner universities (home university). The programme is continued at another European partner university (host university) in the 2nd semester. For the 3rd semester, students opt for either a work placement (Professional Track), or research courses (Research Track) at a European university, or at one of the non-European partner institutions (selection applies). The 4th semester is spent at either the home or host university.
Toelating en studiekosten
|1 september 2018||aanmelding deadline : 1 maart 2018|
collegegeld nog niet bekend
|1 september 2019||aanmelding deadline : 1 maart 2019|
wettelijk tarief : € 2083
Students should have a sufficient Level of English, certified by a CAE, TOEFL or IELTS test.
MINIMUM SCORES ENGLISH TEST:
- TOEFL Paper-based: 580; TOEFL Internet-based: 92 (with a minimum score of 20 for all items); TOEFL Computer-Based: 237
- IELTS: minimum overall score 6.5, with no subcomponent (listening, reading, writing, speaking) scoring lower than 5.5
- CAE Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English: C1; Cambridge Proficiency in English: C2
If your score is lower than the above-mentioned scores, you are not eligible for the programme.
For more information about the validity of your English test or about possible exemptions, see: https://www.euroculturemaster.eu/how-to-apply/requirements
Candidates must have completed an academic BA degree in either the Arts, Humanities or Social Sciences or in a relevant discipline to Euroculture, e.g: European Studies, History, International Relations, Cultural Studies, Literature, Sociology, Political Sciences, Anthropology, Philosophy, Communication and Media Studies, International/ European Law, Theology.
inbegrepen in collegegeld
estimated monthly costs
|€||303||kamerhuur in Groningenrond het landelijk gemiddelde|
|€||158||collegegeldop basis van € 1906 per jaar|
|€||80||studieboeken en -spullen|
|€||77||uiterlijkkleding, kapper, schoenen|
|€||132||vrije tijdstappen, uit eten, vakantie|
|€||42||vervoernaast de OV-kaart|
|€||1171||totale maandelijkse uitgaven landelijk gemiddelde is € 1181|
Studenten en studentenleven
|60||studenten volgen deze opleiding|
|68%||daarvan is vrouw|
|20||eerstejaars gestart in 2017|
|55%||daarvan is vrouw|
|28510||studenten aan de Rijksuniversiteit Groningen|
|51%||daarvan is vrouw|
The EuroculturerIn October 2012, Euroculture students and alumni have launched a the new Euroculture online magazine : The Euroculturer
The Euroculturer is ran by students and alumni of the Euroculture programme. The Euroculturer was established in June 2012 by an initiative of a current Euroculture student with three founding vision, to contribute, to connect, and to grow. Targeted readers and contributors are those from 12 Euroculture partner universities throughout the world. The Euroculture consortium is involved in that it officially acknowledges the magazine and supports it with yearly funding for web maintenance.
AreteIts name derived from the old Greek word for "excellence", Arete is the alumni organization of the Erasmus Mundus Master of Arts Euroculture programme. It organizes events and offers a platform for EC students and alumni to interact.
Op kamers in Groningen
|€ 303||gemiddelde kamerprijs|
|21 m2||gemiddelde kameroppervlak|
aan het woord
afgestudeerd in 2016
You will constantly face the academic challenges which will develop you into a critical, evidence-based, knowledgeable, and convincing scholar.
You are a foreign national in the Netherlands, but certainly not an “outsider” at RUG. Its international atmosphere makes you feel the sense of belonging to a global community. You are not expected to assimilate into a certain way, but rather to bring your own unique experience and background as nourishing elements of discussions. The atmosphere in which differences and new aspects are respected makes RUG an ideal environment for international students.
I believe that without the Eurocompetence classes, I could have not written a solid project proposal
The Eurocompetence class III was very helpful, especially the last session when we needed to present our projects. I believe that without that class, I could have not written a solid project proposal.
Giacomo, Italywerkzaam als Senior Research Officer bij The Department of Sociology of the University of Essex
My current job relates very closely to what I studied during my master. I study borders and boundaries, and how they shape local communities, their identities and self-perception
There was a large amount of readings that we had to prepare for the different courses, but I really enjoyed how then we elaborated those same material in class – as well as over beers in one of the many pubs and bars in Groningen.
My current job as Senior Research Officer relates very closely to what I studied during my master. I study borders and boundaries – physical, geopolitical, cultural or social – and how they shape local communities, their identities and self-perception.
My new job is a direct result of my time living in Groningen
The value for me was to study Europe, not only in a scholarly way, but also to be able to test those ideas out with other students who came. We would study these ideas in classes and we would discuss them afterwards in the coffee break.
I just took a new job as the Active Transportation Manager for the City of San Luis Obispo, in California. My major duties will be to promote bicycle and non-car transportation. I can say this is a direct result of my time living in Groningen!
My employers were very interested in the intercultural skills I gathered, and these still help me a lot today
'My employer is really looking for intercultural competencies and people who have studied abroad. I had a great advantage being able to say that I studied in the Netherlands and Japan. They were very interested in the intercultural skills I gathered, and these still help me a lot today.'
My formal classes comprised of lots of students from different countries with different cultural backgrounds, which presented a huge opportunity to learn about multiculturalism
Studying Euroculture helped me realize my dream of studying in Europe. My formal classes comprised of lots of students from different countries with different cultural backgrounds, which presented a huge opportunity to learn and adopt multiculturalism.
I especially profit from the intercultural experiences gathered during my studies
'I especially profit from the intercultural experiences gathered during my studies. Euroculture taught me competencies in working with international partners, which I do a lot now in my work.'
The study has definitely met my expectations: I have increased my knowledge about Europe and its institutions, I have become familiar with two different cultures (I also studied in Spain), I have met people from all over the world and have even been able
During my Bachelor's degree I studied a semester as an exchange student in Groningen and I truly enjoyed it. This and the high quality of the education system made me come back for the Master in Euroculture.
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I managed to improve my project management skills with the Eurocompetence experience
My double-degree in Euroculture was very helpful. I managed to improve my project management skills with the Eurocompetence experience, and my employers were very interested that such a thing exists.
Janny de Jong
The approach in which citizens and culture form the central point of attention is the key element that differentiates Euroculture from any other European Studies programme
I think 'European Studies' would be the first description that comes to mind if asked what Euroculture is about. But Euroculture is different from more conventional European Studies programmes. I think the approach in which citizens and culture, instead of structures and models, form the central point of attention and reflection stands out. This is the key element that differentiates it from any other European Studies programme.
We pay special attention to the breaking up of previous political loyalties and (collective) identities and to the constitution of new ones...
There are also other elements that are specific in Euroculture: the attention to specific skills, Eurocompentences, and of course the option to choose either a work placement or research track. The fact that a selection of our students also have the opportunity to study for a semester in India, Japan, Mexico or the US is also an important asset of the programme.
So, even though I would give the same answer as the majority of the students in this survey, it certainly is not an ‘ordinary’ European Studies programme.
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Na de studie
Beroepsperspectief / arbeidsmarkt
Due to the multi- and interdisciplinary nature of the Euroculture programme, its graduates find work in a broad range of sectors where expert knowledge of present Europe and European integration processes is required. A number of our graduates have also undertaken further studies on doctoral level.
Euroculture alumni have found employment in the following areas/organisations:
- EU institutions
- International and national organisations (non-governmental, non-profit, foundations)
- Universities, education and research institutions
- Embassies and ministeries all over the world
- Media, journalism, publishing, libraries
- Cultural (management) organisations
- Foreign trade organisations
- Political parties, foundations and associations
- City and regional planning, local and regional cultural projects
- Centres for minorities and minority rights
current job market
|Universiteit Leiden||Leraar VHO in Duits part-time educational||+ aanv. eisen|
|Universiteit Leiden||Leraar VHO in Engels educational||+ aanv. eisen|
|Universiteit Leiden||Leraar VHO in Frans educational||+ aanv. eisen|
|Universiteit Leiden||Leraar VHO in Spaans part-time educational||+ aanv. eisen|
|UvA||Lerarenopleiding Engels educational||+ aanv. eisen|
|UvA||Lerarenopleiding Frans educational||+ aanv. eisen|
|UvA||Lerarenopleiding Italiaans educational||+ aanv. eisen|
- for examples of jobs of euroculture graduates, see:https://www.euroculturemaster.eu/career-prospects/