Bachelor of European Studies (BAES). Grado conjunto otorgado por UCM, KUL, UNIBO y JU (Alianza Una Europa)

Grado y Doble Grado. Curso 2023/2024.


Key attributes

-   Truly international

You choose two to three destinations out of eight countries. A compulsory winter school allows for additional short-term blended mobility. Immersing yourself in different European cultures, you will develop transversal skills that are high in demand both in domestic and international work environments.

-   Truly multidisciplinary

After a joint multidisciplinary curriculum, you choose a major and a minor out of seven fields of study, benefiting from the in-house expertise of all partner universities. You are also encouraged to take up an internship in order to enrich your professional experience.

-   Truly you

Thanks to the many options, you can tailor the programme to fit your needs, interests and aspirations.

-   Truly multilingual

At the end of the programme you master a second European language, in addition to English, acquiring for yourself clear added value on the European labour market.


Salidas profesionales

Career opportunities

The Bachelor of European Studies grants access to multiple master's programmes in Social Sciences, Cultural Studies, Arts, Economics, Law and Philosophy, depending on which university you will enroll in. As a bachelor of European Studies, you will have a deep under-standing of the complexities of Europe and European organisations, which have become increasingly important in the context of everdeeper European integration and globalisation. In addition, students will develop a full suite of transversal skills acquired through intraEuropean mobility, language skills and group work carried out in a multicultural context. You will therefore be ideally placed to take on key positions in a wide variety of leading international companies and organisations. In addition to Europe-focused organisations, European studies graduates are attractive candidates for national and subnational public services, transnational consultancy and lobby groups, national economic sectors, cultural sectors and news organisations.