The School of Transnational Governance | European University Institute has opened a special call for applications from candidates of any nationality who are directly affected by the war in Ukraine. We consider applications from candidates who live in Ukraine, have been displaced or cannot return to Ukraine because of the war, or who are directly affected for other reasons that can be specified in the application.
From climate change and gender equality to migration and the emergence of a digital society, governance issues are increasingly transcending national borders. In this global context, policymakers must design new responses to the unprecedented challenges our society will face during the next decade and beyond.
The Master in Transnational Governance (MTnG) is a two-year programme offered by the EUI School of Transnational Governance (STG). The curriculum is designed to enable students to break through traditional perspectives so to design and implement innovative, effective, and sustainable public policy solutions for a globalised world.
The residential programme is taught at the STG’s headquarters in the heart of Florence. However, students benefit from the STG’s international network of partner institutions, with the programme including a compulsory practical internship, and a wealth of opportunities to spend a semester studying abroad.
Combining interdisciplinary perspectives with hands-on training
Designed to examine the most pressing policy issues of our time through an interdisciplinary lens, the MTnG brings together adjacent perspectives from the areas of political science, international relations, public management, economics, and law. Our teaching approach considers the broader impact of governing beyond nation states, so students not only learn about which policy tools to consider, but also how best to combine and orchestrate these tools to design effective, outcome-driven transnational policy solutions.
As a master’s student at the School of Transnational Governance, you will:
- examine the most pressing policy issues from an interdisciplinary perspective.
- be part of a uniquely diverse class with fellow students from all over the world.
- learn through a diverse set of applied learning methodologies.
- be taught by an international faculty of academic scholars and public policy practitioners.
- learn to think ‘outside the box’.
- benefit from the resources and network of the European University Institute.
- interact one-to-one with professors and other EUI members.
If you have any questions on the programme, requirements, application and selection procedures, please contact the STG Admissions Officer Adrian Pop at email@example.com.