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Euroculture mobility: a European experience

Since its inception, the Euroculture programme has offered mobility to its students. It has become a mandatory element of the programme already in 2006.

Euroculture students on a study trip
Euroculture students on a study trip

Euroculture students start the Master in one of the eight European partner universities. In the second semester, all students have to change to a different European partner university*. 

In the second year, students opt between an internship (anywhere in the world!) or a research track in any of the eight European universities. For selected European students, a research track in one of the four overseas partner universities is available. During the final semester, all students return to their first universities, with an option to go back to the second university (upon availability).

After graduation, a joint Master of Arts degree from both the first and the second universities is issued.

Through this exchange, the Euroculture programme offers the chance to gain valuable academic and personal experience with divergent cultural contexts and perspectives, honing your linguistic and socio-cultural skills along the way.

Curious to know what the Euroculture students think of mobility? Watch this video they prepared! 

* 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 still available, second preferred university if first is full, etc). Self-funding students then 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.