The Prince’s Government would like to inform students of Monegasque nationality hoping to specialise in European affairs that applications are now being accepted for admission to the College of Europe for the academic year 2020–2021. Applications must be submitted by 15 January 2020.
The College of Europe is an educational institution which specialises in European studies. It has two campuses: Bruges in Belgium and Natolin in Poland. The one-year programme runs from September until the end of June. It is taught in French and English and leads to the award of a Master’s degree in one of the fields offered (Economics, Law, Politics and Governance, EU International Relations and Diplomacy).
Applicants must fulfil the following conditions:
- be a Monegasque national;
- hold a Master’s degree in one of the fields noted above (or be in the process of obtaining
such a degree);
- have a good command of French and English (written and spoken).
Any Monegasque student whose application is accepted may, if they wish, enter into a contract with the Monegasque Government, in accordance with which the latter will cover all of the student’s tuition fees and in exchange, the student will undertake to work in the Monegasque civil service for a minimum of five years once they have completed their education.
Interested Monegasque students who meet the admission criteria are invited to contact Isabelle Costa, Deputy Secretary-General of the Government for the Europe Unit ((+377) 98 98 92 04 / email@example.com), and to submit their application directly via the College of Europe website (www.coleurope.eu/fr) before 15 January 2020.