Identity and Integration (European Studies)

In the one-year Master’s programme Identity and Integration you study Europe's contemporary challenges of cultural diversity and identity by looking at the continent's complex political, ideological, and cultural history.


Exploring Europe in its entirety 

The European Studies programme Identity and Integration offers you:

  • A cultural and historical approach to current issues of diversity and identity in Europe.
  • A unique combination of History, Cultural Studies and Modern Literature.
  • Thorough training in the analytical and communicative skills that are essential in a professional research and policy environment, both at home and abroad.

In the one-year Master's in Identity and Integration you study Europe's contemporary challenges of cultural diversity and identity by looking at the continent's complex political, ideological and cultural history. The programme is aimed at students who are interested in the intersection between culture and politics, in national and European identities, cultural diversity and Europe's past, all from a transnational and comparative perspective. This is an expertise highly relevant to many parts of Europe's contemporary political, governance and business environment. The Humanities perspective on European affairs is unique and taught by prominent experts in the field.

European Studies at the UvA

Perceptions of Europe and its cultures, and policy-making processes are the primary themes of European Studies at the UvA. What structures past or present contribute to the realization of a political, legal and economic order? How do Europeans, European states and their institutions perceive and present themselves? Special attention is devoted to Europe’s relation to the world, and particularly to Eastern Europe. The lecturers and researchers who teach in this programme have extensive expertise in various aspects of Europe, both past and present. 

Degree certificate

Identity and Integration is an accredited degree programme of European Studies. After successful completion of this programme, you will receive a legally accredited Master’s degree in European Studies and the title Master of Arts (MA).


Degree programme
MA European Studies
Type
Regular study programme
Mode
Full-time
Credits
60 ECTS, 12 months
Language of instruction
English
Starts in
September
CROHO code
60284

Published by  Graduate School of Humanities