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Master of European Union Studies

  • Masters (Coursework)

This 180-point degree studies the European Union (EU) in the global context, with a special focus on the Asia-Pacific region and European Union-Aotearoa New Zealand relations.

Key details

Degree Type
Masters (Coursework)
Duration
12 - 18 months full-time
Intake Months
Feb, Jul
Domestic Fees
$10,918 per year
International Fees
$39,000 per year

About this course

This 180-point degree studies the European Union (EU) in the global context, with a special focus on the Asia-Pacific region and European Union-Aotearoa New Zealand relations. Master of European Union Studies (MEURO) participants will analyse the influence of global and regional conditions on the EU and gain an understanding of issues around multiculturalism in the European context and in the Asia-Pacific.The economic and political importance of the EU within the Asia-Pacific region has never been higher. In 2016 the EU and Aotearoa New Zealand initiated a joint Pacific energy partnership programme (worth €2 billion), a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) has been concluded with Korea, and FTA negotiations commenced with Aotearoa, ASEAN, Malaysia, India, and Singapore. The impact of BREXIT in our region is an area that the MEURO degree explores from a multidisciplinary perspective.

Study locations

Main Campus

Career pathways

This programme will prepare graduates for careers in government organisations, non-government organisations, and business with international connections.

Graduates will have engaged in one of the two internships which builds community engagement skills, and all graduates will have had the opportunity to reflect on multicultural identities in contemporary Europe, and on contemporary relations between the EU and the nations of Asia and the Pacific, including Māori and indigenous societies. These skills and the knowledge gained are of great benefit to government departments such as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade | Manatū Aorere, the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment | Hīkina Whakatutuki, as well as educational programmes such as WestREAP and ISD Dusseldorf.

Previous EURO graduates have been employed as policy consultants for Antarctic issues and with NGO's such as the Lawyer's Committee on Nuclear Policy and Global Focus Aotearoa, as well as project managers and lease advisors for educational institutions.

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