The Master of Arts in Euroculture Programme, an Erasmus Mundus Course of Excellence, was established in 1999 as a network of European universities and at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow since 2004. You are a step away from being a part of a unique network of students, academics and institutions in Europe and the Wider World. Combine theory and practice, gain international experience, enjoy mobility and networking, choose 2 universities and receive a joint degree.
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The Erasmus Mundus Master of Arts in Euroculture is a 4 semester (2 year), 120 ECTS, full-time interdisciplinary and transnational programme. Studies take place in at least two universities of the Consortium, from which they obtain a joint degree. It stands out from other European Studies programmes by its approach in which the citizen – instead of structures and models – is the central point of attention and reflection. It offers students the opportunity to study and discuss European integration issues such as multiculturalism, current political governance, European identity and evolving socio-political processes. The international dimension of the programme allows for transnational cross-over comparisons of relevant concepts and their understanding in different regions in the world.
Euroculture is a unique inter-university project that aims to prepare graduates for professions and research areas in which knowledge of contemporary Europe and European Union institutions are of relevance. The focus of the programme is on cultural and social developments in Europe, its heritage and identity as well as values, citizenship and cultural relations. The relevance of values and perceptions on identity requires sensitive and well-informed professionals in this field to work as diplomats, bureaucrats, project managers, journalists and cultural consultants. The programme allows for intense networking opportunities and cross-cultural experiences.