A bachelor in European Studies has completed an internationally oriented, interdisciplinary higher education programme. The contents of the programme are originating from the Social Sciences and the Humanities. The bachelor has knowledge of problems and ideas of European integration, knows about European institutions and European law, as well as about topics and ideas of European identity and culture. The bachelor has acquired knowledge of central elements of marketing and organization, and of issues in regional development. The bachelor is able to relate to empirical methods and statistic and has skills in project development, IT and communication.
Depending on the chosen programme track the bachelor has specific knowledge about micro- and macroeconomics and business administration, or culture and politics.
The students are trained in traditional disciplines within political science, law and the humanities, and are skilled in economics, regional economics and business. These skills enables them to independently generate, organise, report and manage development projects with a regional and European focus.
The bachelors will be qualified to take up positions in the private and public sector. Employers are expected to be found among private agencies engaged in project consulting or advising on public relations, non-governmental organizations as well as public regional, national or international bodies demanding qualified staff with substantial academic training and competences within European issues, regional issues, administration, project management, fund-raising etc.