To complete the European Politics and Society Joint Master Programme, students must acquire a total of 120 ECTS credits and defend their Master Thesis. The following compulsory courses represent 95 ECTS credits.

If you want to learn more about the compulsory courses, download this file with the detailed overview. You can also consult the EPS Handbook containing all the useful information about the EPS Programme for the first-year and second-year students here.

1st Semester – Charles University (30 ECTS)

Methodology and methods/academic writing (6 ECTS)

European Comparative Politics and Society (6 ECTS)

Culture and politics in Europe (6 ECTS)

Transnational history of contemporary Europe (6 ECTS)

Current Challenges in Europe (6 ECTS)

 

2nd Semester

Leiden University (20 ECTS)

2nd Semester

Jagiellonian University (20 ECTS)

Language course (5 ECTS)

Language course (5 ECTS)

Methods in International Relations
and European Studies Research
(5 ECTS)

Quantitative Methods of
Social Research
(5 ECTS)

Justice and Home Affairs (5 ECTS)

Finances in the EU (5 ECTS)
Economics of the EU (5 ECTS)

EU Administration, Justice
and Home Affairs (5 ECTS)

 

2nd Year

Charles University (45 ECTS)

2nd Year

University of Leiden (45 ECTS)

Internship (15 ECTS)

Internship (15 ECTS)

Master‘s Thesis Seminar I and II
(15 + 15 ECTS)

Master Thesis Writing (30 ECTS)

 

2nd Year

Jagiellonian University (45 ECTS)

2nd Year

Pompeu Fabra University (45 ECTS)

Internship (15 ECTS)

Master Thesis Writing (30 ECTS)

Master‘s Thesis Seminar I and II
(15 + 15 ECTS)

Qualitative Research Methods
(5 ECTS)

Fundamentals of Political Research
(5 ECTS)

Construction of the European
Union and its Consequences
on European Citizens (5 ECTS)

 

If you want to learn more about the evaluation grids, minimal results required to pass and final evaluation, consult this file with more information.

Students are subject to the regulations, policies and procedures of the Partner University of their stay, including those related to attendance, student discipline, complaints and appeals against the decision of the examiners, and the academic regulations of each Partner University. Here are the local regulations: Prague, Barcelona, Leiden and Krakow.

Find here the example of the EPS diploma and EPS joint diploma supplement

Last updated 2. 7. 2019.