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BA European Studies

The European Studies major is a flexible interdisciplinary programme for students who are interested in a wide range of subjects with a common European theme. The major draws upon Webster University’s strengths in history, international relations, literature and the arts, business and communications.

Successful completion of this programme will give you

  • broad knowledge of European affairs
  • theoretical understanding of global issues
  • the ability to design policy solutions
  • effective oral and written communication skills
  • public speaking skills
  • critical thinking skills 
  • analytical skills
  • experience in using research methodology
  • experience of speaking a foreign lang…

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BA European Studies

The European Studies major is a flexible interdisciplinary programme for students who are interested in a wide range of subjects with a common European theme. The major draws upon Webster University’s strengths in history, international relations, literature and the arts, business and communications.

Successful completion of this programme will give you

  • broad knowledge of European affairs
  • theoretical understanding of global issues
  • the ability to design policy solutions
  • effective oral and written communication skills
  • public speaking skills
  • critical thinking skills 
  • analytical skills
  • experience in using research methodology
  • experience of speaking a foreign language 

Benefits of studying European Studies at RACL

  • Use of London as a classroom with field trips to many archive houses and Parliament
  • Exclusive discounted membership to Chatham House
  • Participation in the Model United Nations
  • Participation in the Webster Geneva campus' annual Humanitarian Conference, which features speakers such as the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights
  • Renowned guest lecturers and visiting professors
  • Academics with a wealth of experience both within academia and in practice
  • Involvement with Regent's College Speaker Series, welcoming renowned guest lecturers who speak on current topics in international relations
  • International student body providing an exciting forum to discuss international problems within the classroom
  • Study abroad opportunity with other international Webster campuses in the USA, Europe and Asia
  • Opportunity to complement your major with a minor in Political Science, History, Public Relations and all other majors on offer

Potential Career Opportunities

Graduates of this programme will be well-equipped for international careers in business, the arts, government service or graduate study in a range of fields.

  • Government departments and agencies
  • Policy-making
  • International organisations
  • International business
  • Journalism
  • Not-for-profit sector
  • Law
  • International media
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