Bienvenue au Master Euroculture à Strasbourg ! Euroculture est un Master dont les enseignements sont en anglais, unique, interdisciplinaire et international, orienté sur les questions de l’intégration européenne selon une perspective citoyenne. L’Université de Strasbourg appartient à un consortium de 8 universités européennes et 4 universités non-européennes. Choisissez deux ou trois universités sur les quatre semestres, plongez dans un environnement multiculturel et devenez expert de la gouvernance et de la culture européennes ! Un investissement unique pour votre carrière professionnelle.
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 practical 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. The Euroculture programme is a cooperation between eight European and four non-European universities.
The Euroculture programme aims to prepare graduates for the increasing number of professions and research areas in which knowledge and understanding of contemporary Europe – its peoples, its processes, its institutions – is necessary.
The main objectives of the programme are:
- To give students a broad understanding of the functioning of European integra tion and an in-depth knowledge of the aspects of European integration that constitute the specialisms of their chosen universities.
- To teach students the research skills necessary to further their knowledge and carry out exercises of reflection and analysis.
- To equip students with the communication and intercultural skills necessary for working in an international environment
- To introduce students to professionals working in various fields of European integration so as to allow for a transfer of expertise and professional competences.
- To encourage students to construct a network of contacts of their own that will serve as a valuable asset in their professional careers.
Savoir-faire et qualifications
Our interdisciplinary courses offer you a broad and deep training, exploring modern European society through history, political science, law, sociology and cultural and religious studies. We supply you with the skills to see below the surface of contemporary issues.
Our practical, skills based courses, called Eurocompetence modules, equip you with communicative and project management skills. These courses will help you to turn theory into practice and to develop the intercultural skills needed for working in transnational businesses, organisations and networks.
- study issues that are related to European integration and European institutions from multiple perspectives, focusing on the citizen and culture rather than on abstract models and structures.
- learn about approaches and methods from different disciplines including social and cultural studies and international relations.
- study and socialise with people from countries all over the world and from a variety of cultural backgrounds.
- take part in an international summer school—Euroculture’s Intensive Programme—with around 100 participants from all partner universities.
- enhance your employability by developing your professional and academic skills and intercultural competences.
Poursuite d'études et carrière
Euroculture graduates have built careers jobs in the fields of cultural management, government, research, journalism, policy-making, international business, NGOs, and European institutions. Others have found careers in academia, taking up PhD research in many fields in the humanities and social sciences.
Euroculture prepares its graduates – from all over the world – with a thorough grounding in the historical, religious, linguistic and cultural aspects that play an essential, but often neglected, role in the Europe of today. Our programme recognises that the power of culture, values and identities in modern societies calls for sensitive and well-informed professionals to work as diplomats, managers, administrators, policy makers, journalists and cultural professionals.
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Prérequis & Admission
Only students who applied online through our online application tool, completed the 3 steps of the application process, received a final confirmation email (after the 3rd step) and uploaded all required documetns (see below) will be assessed by the Consortium Admission Board after each deadline.
A good and matching educational background
Candidates must have completed an academic Bachelor degree in a discipline of relevance to Euroculture. Erasmus Mundus scholarship applicants must upload a copy of their Bachelor’s diploma by 1 December at the latest*. Those applying as self-financing students can send their copy of their Bachelor’s diploma after the application deadline to mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org, but the Bachelor’s degree has to be obtained by 1 September of the academic year when the applicant would like to start the programme.
Examples of a matching educational background :a degree in the Arts, Humanities or Social Sciences, such as: European studies, History, International Relations, Cultural studies, Literature, Sociology, Political Sciences, Anthropology, Philosophy, Communication and Media Studies, International/ European Law, Theology.
* This means that if you would like to apply for a scholarship and start the program in autumn 2018, you have to hold your Bachelor degree by 1 December 2017.
No missing documents
Only applications containingall required uploads/documents will be assessed.
A good command of the English language
All applicants must provide proof of English proficiency by submitting test results from any of the following: CAE/CPE, TOEFL or IELTS. The minimum test scores required to join the Euroculture Programme are:
- TOEFL paper-based: 580 or TOEFL iBT (internet-based): 92
- IELTS: minimum overall score 6.5, with no part score (listening, reading, writing, speaking) under 5.5
- CAE or CPE – Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English (CAE), C1 or Cambridge Proficiency in English (CPE), C2
If your score is lower than the scores mentioned above, you will not be eligible for the programme.
Any other English test than the TOEFL, CAE/CPE or IELTS is not considered as valid by the Euroculture Admission Board.
Students from China are required to submit a TOEFL iBT or IELTS test (no CAE).
If Uppsala is your first university of choice and you take a TOEFL test: in addition to uploading your examinee report online, please ask the TOEFL test center to send a copy of your results directly to Admissions Officer, Master Programme in Euroculture (HEC2M), Admissions Office, Uppsala University, Box 256, SE 751 05 Uppsala, Sweden.
The following candidates do not have to submit English test results:
- Native speakers of English from English-speaking countries (i.e.where English is one of the official languages);
- Students who have studied at least one year full-time in an English-taught university programme in a country where English is (one of) the official language;
- Students who completed an entire Bachelor programme in English (duration: 3 years minimum).
- Other exceptions may apply. In case you have reasonable proof of English not covered by the exception rule, please contact the Euroculture consortium office.
- Educational Background
- Expected academic potential
- Academic quality of the institution awarding your university degree;
- A sufficient level of English
- Motivation to study the Euroculture programme (including the applicant’s expectations);
- Work or study experience abroad;
- Work experience related to Euroculture
- Language skills for languages other than English
- Student mobility
- Experience with studies abroad or exchange programmes;
- Personal competences
- Relevant extra-curricular activities
The application is managed at a Consortium level and done through our website: www.euroculturemaster.eu