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Frequently asked questions

Frequently asked questions


The tuition fee is 28 000,00 EUR (covering two academic years). 

An English translation of records is preferred, but if not possible the European University Institute has 23 official languages as per membership which we may accept (*The 23 EUI Contracting States: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden)

All the elements weight equally. Previous academic performance has a considerable role when applying for financial support. 

Yes. There are plenty of options at EUI level. You can check all of them here

An extensive account on the financial support awarding and retention conditions can be found here.

An extensive account on the financial support awarding and retention conditions can be found here.

Yes. At the moment of application, there is no need to go through another examination. If admitted to the master's programme, and if deemed necessary by the Selection Committee, you may be asked to produce another certificate later during the post-selection procedures. 

No. There are no national quotas; on the contrary, the programme thrives from a wealth of more than 30 nationalities, and securing a fully international cohort is our main goal.

Yes, the EUI has a dedicated service to assist with finding accommodation, primarily on the private market. Upon admission, students will be provided with all relevant information needed to find the home that is right for them.

The Statement of Purpose should contain your motivation for pursuing our master’s degree in Transnational Governance exposing any relevant circumstances (academic or professional) leading to your choice of  our School, our programme and how your participation will contribute to your personal and professional future development. As stated in the respective section of the Online Application Form, the Statement of Purpose shall not exceed 600 words.

In order to access the Financial Support, the candidate must submit a specific request, which is included in the Online Application Form. The STG will not consider any post-application requests for financial support. Any decision made by the Selection Committee is irreversible. The Online Application Form includes  the following options: 1) No request for financial support, 2) Request for a merit based scholarship, 3) Request for a financial need based scholarship, 4) Request for both types of scholarship, 5) Request for a fee waiver, and 6) Request for an EMIF scholarship.

A couple of hundreds although there is a growing tendency in terms of figures.

Yes. Nevertheless, there is also the possibility to write a capstone project building on your cooperation with an entity from the public / private sector.

All candidates are treated equally and must fulfil the same eligibility criteria as mentioned on our Admission and Fees webpage.

No, mobility is optional, the curricular internship is mandatory, and it should be completed before starting the second year of studies.

No, you first complete your internship (from April to August), and afterwards, you start your semester abroad should you be selected.

Page last updated on 04/08/2023

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