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College of Europe (brochure 2011)

The College of Europe: education beyond frontiers 

Why study at the College of Europe? The academic quality and the variety of its postgraduate European study programmes are renowned worldwide. The College of Europe is the most genuinely ‘European’ of all the university institutes of European studies: it attracts a highly qualified pan-European faculty and welcomes students from across the entire continent and further afield; it enjoys a truly European atmosphere on its Bruges and Natolin (Warsaw) campuses, and it can rely on its network of personal and institutional relationships developed over the past 61 years throughout Europe and beyond. As the careers of many of its alumni illustrate, the College degree opens up rewarding professional prospects in Europe and at the international level.

 

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