Admission to the Europaeum Masters Programme
This one-year programme will be divided into trimesters, with the first trimester of teaching at Leiden, the second at the Paris I and the third at the University of Oxford. Candidates will be able to tailor the course:
- Introduction to the History of States and Nations in Europe
- Historiographical Methodology
- Structures of Power and European Civilisation
- State-formation and ideologies, c. 1400 – c. 2000
The working language will be English.
Lodgings will be provided on-campus at each university, including membership to a historic Oxford College.
EU Students: €4,883/£3,315/$5,816;
Non-EU Students: €14,639/£10,000/$17,437. (Tuition charges approximate: exchange rates vary.)
- Prospective candidates should, in principle, be persons hoping to make a (academic) career at the highest level, where knowledge of comparative European history and civilisation is important.
- They must have completed an undergraduate degree (BA or European equivalent), from a recognised institution of higher education with a good class or grade standard.
- Candidates must submit a completed Application Form
- Successful applicants must demonstrate, by written statement and/or in an interview, that they have the background, professional and academic interests fitting the goals of the present programme.
- Applications should include two letters of recommendation from academic staff members; a personal statement of motivation to participate in the MA course; two examples of written academic work (in English) and a brief synopsis of the thesis proposal, which can be subject to revision and development.
- In addition, participants are expected to possess a thorough proficiency in written and spoken English (IELTS 6.5 or TOEFL 570/230 for non-native English speakers).
All materials should be sent by mail to Leiden University:
2311 SR Leiden
The final deadline for applications will be June 1st.For further information, please contact the Europaeum Secretariat at:
99 Banbury Road - Oxford OX2 6JX
Tel. +44 (0) 1865 284482
Fax + 44 (0) 1865 284481