Gothenburg University (Swedish: Göteborgs universitet) is a university in Gothenburg – Sweden’s second largest city. The University is the third-oldest of the present Swedish universities, and it is one of the biggest in the Nordic nations, with 37,000 students, 6000 employees, eight faculties, and 38 departments.
The University of Gothenburg offers the Master program in Executive European Studies for a tuition fee of 4,277 EUR annually. EMAES is a program developed for students that want to work whilst they study. As a result, the curriculum is part-time, and the majority of the coursework is done online. The Centre for European Studies (CES) is also organizing an interdisciplinary program with speakers from several academic areas. Issues of the contemporary world such as sustainable development, migration, security and the labor market are tackled. A bachelor’s degree (180 credit points or equivalent), at least 5 years verifiable full-time experience working in the sphere of European Affairs, and English language fluency are required for admission to the curriculum.
The Master of Science in European Studies is awarded to program graduates. Alumni of the EMAES program can work in a range of professions and organizations, including EU institutions, local and regional interest groups, embassies, and international organizations.