Scholarships to history graduates to study at the College of Europe Natolin (Warsaw) campus

The College of Europe, founded in 1949 in Bruges, is the oldest and most prestigious institute of postgraduate European Union studies. The Natolin campus of the College in Warsaw was established in 1992 in response to the revolutions of 1989 and in anticipation of the European Union’s eastern enlargement. It offers an interdisciplinary programme of courses in EU institutions, law, economics, politics and policies leading up to the degree of Master of Arts in European Interdisciplinary Studies. The languages of instruction are English and French. The faculty are distinguished academics and practitioners coming from Brussels and universities across Europe and beyond.

For the next academic year 2010/2011 the College of Europe offers scholarships to history graduates who wish to study at its Natolin (Warsaw) campus. The scholarships cover academic expenses, accommodation, meals and travel costs.

Application deadline is 15 May 2010.

More information on the College of Europe can be found at its website. See also the information brochures about scholarships offered and studying at the College

Found on our Polish partner website "Learning from History"


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