The College of Europe is the oldest institute of postgraduate European studies. It was established in 1949 in Bruges on the initiative of the Hague Congress. In 1992, on the invitation of the Polish Government, a campus of the College of Europe was founded in Natolin, Warsaw. Both campuses bring together each year more than 400 postgraduate students and young professionals from over 50 countries who live, learn and experience Europe together and who come to build their academic profiles before starting their European and international careers in various sectors.

The College of Europe encourages academic understanding of political, legal, economic and international dynamics regarding European integrations.

College of Europe, Natolin

Every year, more than 70% of College of Europe students are awarded full or partial scholarships by their national or regional governments, private actors, or by the College of Europe itself thanks to the support of European Institutions.

1-Year Programmes:

  • MA in European Interdisciplinary Studies (Natolin campus), 4 specializations:
    • EU Public Affairs and Policies,
    • The EU in the World,
    • The EU and its Neighbours,
    • European History and Civilization
  • MSc in European Economic Studies (Bruges campus)
  • MA in EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies (Bruges campus)
  • MA in European Political and Governance Studies (Bruges campus)
  • LLM in European Law (Bruges campus)

2-Year Programme:

  • MA in Transatlantic Affairs (organized with the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, Boston) – Natolin or Bruges campus

In order to apply, candidates must register and submit an online application by 13 January 2021. More information can be found at

Learn more about the College of Europe here, and discover the scholarship offer at

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