Student Resources

The European Union Center brings together faculty and students from diverse disciplines across campus to promote the study of the EU and transatlantic relations, making it one of the most comprehensive EU centers in the U.S. The EUC offers the only Master of Arts in European Union Studies (MAEUS) program in North America. We also offer a five-year BA/MA track in collaboration with Europe-oriented degrees in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and opportunities to pursue joint professional degrees, such as a MAEUS/MBA. The EUC offers a range of graduate and undergraduate courses in EU Studies under the EURO rubric; strong connections with European partner universities for study abroad and internship opportunities; FLAS fellowships for academic year and summer; and pre-professional opportunities such as the Model EU competition and engagements with the consular corps, government officials, and private sector, trade, and business representatives.

Additional resources can be found in our Student Handbook.

We strive to be a point of support and resources for graduate students pursuing the study of Europe and beyond. As such we have compiled a list of campus and community resources for our student community to reference if they find they are in need of assistance for various matters both academic and personal, especially during this unprecedented situation created by COVID-19.