Are you thinking about following a Master’s degree at the University of Groningen after graduating?

What path will you take after graduating from European Languages and Cultures? Will you start directly on your career and find a job? Or are you looking for a Master’s degree that fits perfectly with your interest and Bachelor’s degree? Esperia is here to help! 

If you want to continue with a Master’s degree programme after your graduation, as most students do, you will have a wide range of programmes to choose from. With a Bachelor’s degree in European Languages and Cultures, you have access to the following Master’s tracks at the University of Groningen:

  • European Literatures and Interculturality
  • Educational Master: German, French or Spanish* 
  • East Asian Studies
  • European Politics in a Global Perspective
  • Geopolitics and Connectivity
  • International Political Economy
  • International Relations and International Organization
  • International Security
  • Euroculture**
  • International Humanitarian Action**
  • Arts, Media and Literary Studies***
  • Cultural Leadership***

* Additional requirements apply
** Erasmus Mundus
*** Research Master’s

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