Master's students

Innovative offers for master's education

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.

Crisis Simulation: Project Arctic

CIVICA, in collaboration with the IPLI Foundation, invites master's students from all CIVICA universities to apply to Project Arctic. This workshop addresses the complex challenges in the Arctic region, explicitly focusing on climate change as a potential conflict driver. 


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The future of Europe - Europeanship multicampus course

Starting its third edition in fall 2023, this CIVICA flagship initiative spurs master's students to work in transnational teams on a EU policy challenge.


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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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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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The European Student Assembly (ESA) was present at the VivaTechnology Conference (VivaTech) in Paris on June 17 in order to present the work of the Assembly, and more particularly the work of Panel 6: “How to ensure a fair and sustainable digital transition in a context of exploding demand and raw material scarcity?”. This event marks the beginning of the dissemination phase of ESA23.

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The Climate Divide: How the EU should address equitable climate policy

Eman Atta Maan from Pakistan and François Praum from France formed the Bocconi team of students that won the futurEU competition 2023 with their policy proposal titled "The Climate Divide: Why the EU's Border Adjustment Mechanism Needs Rethinking for Developing Countries."

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