Bachelor European Studies

The European Studies bachelor’s programme focuses on Europe’s current political, social and economic order as well as its historical development. Therefore, students acquire knowledge of the basic methodological principles in the fields of history, social sciences and economics along with an interdisciplinary approach. They also deepen their knowledge in one of these disciplines as their chosen area of focus. Consequently, the study programme offers an interdisciplinary approach, which enables the students to transfer knowledge and handle complex problems by applying a variety of systematic perspectives. By learning different approaches – particularly  historical and statistical – students get acquainted with various schools of thought and concepts to identify alternative methods as well as to communicate across prevalent scientific barriers.


The individual focus on one area of expertise enables the students to deepen their knowledge to work on more complex disciplinary issues and strengthen their profile. This becomes especially relevant when applying to a master’s degree.


In addition to these specific content-related and methodological study goals, a further transfer of knowledge is promoted through a compulsory internship. A semester abroad at one of our partner institutions supports the students in improving their intercultural and personal competence. In preparation for this, language skills are further developed in one or optionally two foreign language courses.

For students who are already enrolled, detailed information on the compulsory internship, language skills and the semester abroad can be found on EUS-Komm.

For those interested in our Bachelor Programme, general information can be found here

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