About Euroculture

Society, Politics and Culture in a Global Context


“Like European Studies, but cooler”

Euroculture is a two-year, 120 ECTS, English-taught multi-university Master programme focused on the study of modern European society, culture and politics in a global context.
We focus on questions of cultural identities and social values that play a vital role in today’s debates about Europe and its place in the world. It 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.

Euroculture is all about a critical and interdisciplinary approach to analyzing European culture, politics and society in a globalized context

How does Euroculture stand out among other European Studies programmes?

It offers a unique combination of in-depth knowledge and practical skills within its multidisciplinary curriculum. Flexibility to choose between research-oriented and professional tracks, and an opportunity to do an internship during your studies, are among the advantages of Euroculture.

An essential element of the programme is the mandatory mobility – Euroculture students study at minimum two European universities of the Consortium, and receive a joint Master degree upon graduation*.

Small-scale teaching by experts in varied, challenging fields and project-based work in intercultural teams is what prepares our graduates for successful careers. 

Euroculture has been recognized by the European Commission as an Erasmus Mundus Programme of Excellence. In 2017, it has been awarded Erasmus Mundus grant for the third time – allowing selected students to fund their studies with a scholarship.

How do I apply for the programme?

Go to the online application system to start your application!

Check this page for more information on the intake deadlines, required documents, etc. 

* For Erasmus Mundus scholarship students, both first and second university are determined at admission stage. For self-funding students, first university is determined at admission stage (first preferred university if places are available). Self-funding students choose their second university during their first semester - they submit motivations for 2 partner universities of their choice and will be placed in either of the two universities.