Graduate at the first Joint Master’s Degree on European languages, cultures and societies in contact

Master in European Languages, Cultures and Societies in Contact

Study a unique multilingual and multicultural Master’s Degree in up to  four universities rooted in the tradition of academic excellence.


The uniqueness of this Master is “à la carte” courses: beside a mandatory common online course of 10 ECTS  for each of the first 3 semesters, students will define the rest of the study plan in accordance with the course catalogue provided by the chosen universities.

The intended audience for this online open day are multilingual students with a bachelor in Modern Languages, European Studies, Culture and Humanities.

1.500 € / academic year
–          What is an EC2U joint master’s degree?
–          À la carte study plan
–          Admission requirements
–          Market opportunities
–          Programme structure and mobility path
  • Raúl Sánchez PrietoProfessor
  • TBC
In order to apply to the Master’s Programme, students should have a Bachelor’s Degree (or recognized equivalent) in one of the following areas: Modern Languages, Philology, Culture, History, International Relations, and other Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH). Candidates must know at least two languages at C1 level (according to the Common European Framework) among the following: Finnish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish, besides English as a lingua franca. Applicants with a B2 level will be considered in conjunction with other admission criteria but must provide evidence of attaining C1 Level before confirmation of offer and enrolment.
Erasmus mobility grants are available for the semesters studied abroad. Please join the webinar to find out more!
May 31st, 2022
Fall 2022