European Policy Making

The Postgraduate Certificate in EU Policy-Making combines the IES Summer School in 2 prime European cities with 5 EU Modules online courses, in an innovative blended learning fashion. You can either start by taking the Summer School in July followed by the EU Modules part, or kick off with the EU Modules in September and take the Summer School the year after. You can also choose between the full-time (1 year) and part-time (2 years) options. The online courses can be accessed and processed 24/7, allowing participants to combine them with a full-time job. We've developed a minisite dedicated to this programme that will tell you all you need to know about it! It also contains a short Youtube clip with testimonials from professors, students, and alumni. Check it out: www.eu-postgraduate.eu

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How does it work?

Since 2013, the IES offers a Postgraduate Certificate in EU Policy Making designed and instructed by EU and e-learning experts. This academic programme is equivalent to 25 ECTS and combines 5 EU Modules online courses with the Inter-University Summer School, in an innovative blended learning fashion. The certificate is an excellent choice for students and young professionals who wish to broaden their knowledge on the functioning of the European Union, its intricate decision-making process and the roles of various actors involved. 

Study credits

This academic programme is equivalent to 25 ECTS (European Credit Transfer System). 1 credit represents 25-30 hours of study activity.

EU Modules & Summer School

The five EU modules are entirely online, involving communication with teachers and tutors, support, assignments and feedback. All students get access to the online courses on CANVAS for a period of 12 months (full-time track) or 24 months (part-time track) , the entire duration of the Postgraduate Certificate programme. The written exams take place online in January (first term) and in May (second term). Click here for more details about the courses.

The Summer School on EU Policy Making is a face-to-face course that takes place in July for two weeks, one week in Brussels and one week in Vienna. All information about the summer school can be found on its dedicated website www.eu-summerschool.eu.