Europe Institute

International programmes and scholarships

Find out about our Masters programme and international scholarships.

Masters programmes

  • Masters in Peace and Conflict Studies
    International Peace Research Institute, Oslo (PRIO), ANU (Canberra), and Bjørknes College (Oslo)

    Rolling application deadline

    A joint exciting postgraduate degree program in international relations specialising in peace and conflict studies. This innovative program brings together academics at the forefront of international relations, peace and conflict research from two sides of the globe. For further information, please visit
  • Masters in European Economy and International Finance
    The University of Roma, Italy

    The purpose of the Master is to fulfill the demand of expertise which comes from: Public national and local Administrations subject to European directives and recipient of resources from the European Union; Firms which operate in the real and financial sectors of the economy, interested in the incentive and regulatory policies of the European Union; International and European institutions with a focus on European affairs and directives.

    The program is full-time and lasts one year. It is divided into two terms. Classes are taught in English. For further information, please visit

2016 JMEUCE Summer Research Scholars Programme

The European Studies Center (ESC) at the University of Pittsburgh is offering two research grants to post-doctoral and senior scholars to be in residence at the University of Pittsburgh. 

Applicants for the JMEUCE (Jean Monnet Center of Excellence)Summer Research Scholars Programme should be pursuing a research project on any aspect of European integration or the European Union.  Proposals should emphasise how the time in residence at the University of Pittsburgh will advance their research project. 

Selected Scholars will reside in Pittsburgh for periods of one to four weeks between May 16, 2016 and August 15, 2016. 

Awards will range between $2,000 and $3,500USD and will take the form of reimbursements of eligible travel and accommodation costs (based upon submitted receipts).  JMEUCE Summer Research Scholars are expected to acknowledge support of the ESC, the ULS, and the EU in any work resulting from this research, and to deliver a presentation of their research and preliminary findings while in Pittsburgh.

Note:  Applications will be evaluated based upon the suitability of materials in the Barbara Sloan European Union Document Collection to the proposed research objectives.  Questions regarding the Sloan Collection should be directed to the ULS bibliographer who oversees the Collection, Phil Wilkin (

To apply (and for details), visit and complete an application form and send with the following documents.

·         A project description

·         A current C.V.

·         A budget of all estimated costs (JMEUCE Summer Research Scholar grants may not cover all costs.)

Applications deadline:  March 4, 2016.