The master’s programme lasts two academic years. In the first academic year students must study the modules Basic Module (Business Administration or Law / Legal Method), International Management, International Project Management, European Politics and Institutions, EU Funding and Financing EU Projects, International Economics and Regions in the EU, Information Systems, Language CEEC (Central and Eastern European language) and Academic Writing. The second academic year consists of the modules European Legal Framework, EU Funding and Financing EU Projects, International Economics and Regions in the EU, Information Systems, Project, Languages CEEC and academic writing. The programme also includes excursions to European institutions. Students have to write a master’s thesis. The degree programme concludes with a degree examination.
For admission to the programme the completion of a degree in social and economic sciences from a university or a university of applied sciences is required.