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College of Europe applications now being accepted

College of Europe applications now being accepted

By Stephanie Horsman - October 9, 2020

Students of Monegasque nationality who would like to study European affairs at the College of Europe for the 2021-22 academic school year can now apply directly online.

The College of Europe, a well-known post-graduate institute of European studies based in Bruges, Belgium with a smaller campus in Warsaw, Poland, is now accepting applications for student candidates for the 2021-22 school year.

The programme runs for one year and takes place from September until the end of June. Graduates of the courses will receive a master’s degree in a chosen course of study. The specific disciplines on offer are in economics, law, political science and administrative, international and diplomatic relations of the EU. Classes are taught in both French and English.

In order to be considered, applicants must be of Monegasque nationality, already be holders of a master’s degree in one of the aforementioned disciplines or be in the process of obtaining the masters and be fluent in both written and spoken English and French.

Accepted students may benefit from a contract whereby the government of Monaco will cover registration fee costs if the student agrees to return to the Principality and work for a period of no less than five years in the nation’s civil service.

Those interested who also meet the admission requirements can contact Isabelle Costa, Deputy Secretary General of the Government in charge of the Europe Unit (+377 98 98 92 04 /, or submit their application directly to the College of Europe website (, before January 13, 2021.



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