On closer inspection nothing is what it seems.
War in Ukraine, tensions between Russia and its neighbors, refugees, and economic uncertainties. Instead of the expected peace dividend 25 years ago, Eastern Europe faces serious challenges. The whole European security order is threatened. In order to address these problems, arguably the most serious after 1962, an in-depth understanding of the complexities of the region is crucial. Experts that are able to analyze the situation, give policy advice, understand the regional complexities and cope with conflicting situations between governments and non-state actors are desperately needed.
East European Studies - the world´s only blended-learning Master program on the region – will help you to become one of those experts. It focuses on the political, economic, social and cultural developments in Eastern Europe and is designed for professionals who want to obtain a degree whilst staying on the job. Online and face-to-face during our in-house classes.
Join us at Freie Universität Berlin, one of Europe´s leading universities.
We will qualify you for higher positions in academia, politics, NGOs, multinational corporations, and international organizations.
East European Studies offers:
- A degree from German University of Excellence
- Flexible blended-learning that allows you to stay on the job whilst pursuing your degree
- Rewarding in-house classes where you will meet your peers and explore the fascinating city of Berlin twice a year
- An innovative, web-based learning environment
- Excellent career opportunities in the global arena
- A sustainable network of experts and alumni all over the world
The deadline for applications passed on March 31. However, we still accept applications for our waiting list. Therefore we encourage your application. We will consider all applications submitted on a first come first serve basis. Please contact us for any question via student advisor Sabine Pag (firstname.lastname@example.org). We look forward to your application.
The program starts in October 2017.