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School of Transnational Governance

We train current and future leaders in governance beyond the state

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Executive Education

Collaborative courses that combine scientific expertise with hands-on learning aimed at professionals in policy, NGOs, international organisations, media and the private sector.

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Master's Degree

Designed to educate and train the policy leaders of tomorrow, our Master’s degree programme prepares students to navigate the unprecedented challenges our world will face in the decades to come.

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A unique opportunity for policy professionals from around the world to further develop their policy work and skills while participating in the vibrant academic life at the EUI.

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Policy Dialogues

A forum for representatives from academia, civil society, and the public and private sector to exchange views on the key policy issues on international agendas.

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Our mission

The School of Transnational Governance was established in 2017 as part of the European University Institute in Florence. In the cradle of the Renaissance, we teach, train and learn by providing a platform where transnational policy actors across politics, business, civil society, media and academia meet.

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Meet the School’s Chairs and Adjunct Professors

Our faculty members are internationally recognised experts of the key transnational policy fields.


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Opening of the STG Academic Year 2023/24

On 8 September, the European University Institute's School of Transnational Governance (STG) ushered in the new academic year with a special address by Florence Mayor Dario Nardella.

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Accra meetings chart path to accelerate Africa’s energy transition

In July 2023, an EUI event and training in the capital of Ghana revolved around Africa’s sustainable energy transition and how to finance it. An account of three intense days of conversations about a more sustainable and prosperous future for all.

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The EUI School of Transnational Governance (STG) brings the worlds of academia and policy-making together in an effort to navigate a context, both inside and outside Europe, where policy-making increasingly transcends national borders.

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Our commitment against disinformation

The STG contributes to the fight against disinformation as coordinator of the European Digital Media Observatory (EDMO) and the European Media and Information Fund (EMIF).

  • EDMO brings together fact-checkers, scholars, media, online platforms and media literacy practitioners to tackle disinformation.
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  • EMIF provides competitive grants to researchers, fact-checkers, not-for-profits and other public interest-oriented organisations working on disinformation research and strengthening media literacy and fact-checking. 
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Programmes & Initiatives

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STG Climate

STG Climate is a European and global hub of excellence in knowledge-exchange, research and education on climate change policies and governance.

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Transnational Democracy

The STG Transnational Democracy Programme is a collaborative, interdisciplinary hub that conducts action-oriented research to achieve deep and wide-ranging democratic renewal across national borders.

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STG AI&DEM Artificial Intelligence


The Chair on Artificial Intelligence and Democracy studies the potential impact of robotisation, digitalisation and automation on democratic politics.

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Open to Health (O2H)

“Open to Health (O2H)” is a university-based training network that delivers executive training in health governance to actors of health governance with a primary focus on low- and middle-income countries.

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Africa Answers - interview series with our fellows

A glimpse of our Master in Transnational Governance

Prof G Papakonstantinou about our executive education

School of Transnational Governance

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Via Camillo Cavour, 65
50129 Florence, Italy
Tel. +39 055 4686 319

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