Master's students

Innovative offers for master's education

CIVICA brings together 50,000 students & PhDs and 10,000 academic staff from eight world-renowned higher education institutions across Europe. The alliance is working towards a true European campus that is both physically and digitally connected. 

At master's level, CIVICA members are building on existing, successful programmes to design the future of master's education in the social sciences. An increasing number of students from the alliance will be able to benefit from innovative formats such as joint master's courses, the Europeanship multicampus course, and a European Policy Lab.

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The future of Europe - Europeanship multicampus course

Launching in fall 2021, this CIVICA flagship initiative spurs master's students to work in transnational teams on a EU policy challenge.

 

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Joint master's courses

In CIVICA's jointly taught courses at master's level, students can benefit from the perspective of faculty and peers at two different member universities.

 

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Dual degree master's programmes

Dual degree master's programmes are already offered between many CIVICA partners.

 

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Student initiatives

A podcast series? An essay competition? A collaborative report? The CIVICA alliance is open to student initiatives. Find out more and get to know your local CIVICA Ambassadors.

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The Future of Europe at the heart of a multicampus experience

CIVICA master’s students participate in new Europeanship multicampus course to focus on the Future of Europe together with peers from across the alliance.

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Sciences Po / Hertie School

In first jointly taught CIVICA master’s course, students explore “Democracy in Crisis”

Around 25 students from the Hertie School and 45 from Sciences Po signed up for the first joint master's course of CIVICA, co-taught by Florence Faucher of Sciences Po and Christian Freudlsperger of the Hertie School. For the fall 2020 sessions, the professors homed in on two topics of public interest around the globe – democracy and crisis.

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Carlo Altomonte, Bocconi University
Bocconi University

A truly European journey for CIVICA master’s students

Carlo Altomonte, Professor of Economics of European Integration at Bocconi University, talks us through the design, aims and significance of the ‘Europeanship’ multi-campus course, which will kick off in the academic year 2021/22.

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Stefan Pfalzer, photo by Victoria Lin
Sciences Po

Student mobility, or acquiring cultural fluency: Interview with Stefan Pfalzer, CIVICA Ambassador

Stefan Pfalzer, CIVICA Ambassador and master’s student in the dual degree programme between Sciences Po and The London School of Economics, explains what mobility means to him and shares his experience of studying at two different institutions.

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