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Apply to the EUI to study for its internationally recognised doctorate in Economics, History and Civilization, Law or Political and Social Sciences. 

Doctoral Programme


Apply to study for the one-year, research-based Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Comparative, European and International Law. 

LL.M Programme 


Our School of Transnational Governance offers an innovative two-year Master of Transnational Governance.

Find out more at stg.eui.eu/master


The EUI offers a range of opportunities for early-career and senior academics, as well as for early to mid-career policy professionals. 

Read more about EUI fellowship programmes here.

The Historical Archives of the European Union, hosted at the EUI, also offers a number of short-term postgraduate research grants.

Executive Training

Executive training at the EUI includes both residential and remote courses for academics, practitioners in the public and private sectors, and policy-makers and professionals from governmental and non-governmental organisations.

Read more about the executive training opportunities offered by the School of Transnational Governance and the Robert Schuman Centre.

Academic Visitors

Apply to carry out research at the EUI as a visiting student or professor in one of the Departments or Centres. 

Some Departments have formal exchange programmes for visiting studentships with a number of institutions in Europe and the USA.  

Information for Visitors



Page last updated on 17 February 2020

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