欧洲研究(European Studies)-3年制

概览

  •  授课地点:The Hague, Main Campus

  • 学制: 3年制

  •  学分:180学分

  •  学费:8050欧元/

  • 所获学位:文学位


简介

欧洲研究将商务管理管理、公共政策制定与研究和沟通技语言语言相结合,我们的国际化的和多语种的教学方法使我们的学生能够满足雇主在公共和私营部门的需求,或为国际硕士学位做准备。 你也可以选择自己的路径,专门从事商业或政治,并用修课来定制你的学习。 欧洲研究位于国际和平与正义之城海牙,获得“卓越国际化”认证。 我们提供具有外语,跨文化技能,海外留学的经历和国际实习的国际课堂,让你在就业市场中脱颖而出。

课程设置

授课

20小时/

自习

20小时/

小组项目

10小时/

学分

60学分/

 

第一年

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The first year is   the foundation (propaedeutic) year

Year one of ES is   about getting to know Europe, its employers and yourself. You start by   exploring European politics, business and culture and examining government   agencies, international organisations, non-profits and private business   within the European framework. Plus, the fundamentals of management and   marketing within those organisations. You’ll sharpen your professional skills   and work on research and critical thinking. You’ll get comfortable with   public speaking, study intercultural communication and work on your foreign   languages and English. And you won’t do it alone. You’ll be guided by a   mentor and have access to tutoring and language support. During this   orientation year, you’ll choose a specialisation for the rest of your   studies. If you want to change the world through government service or   non-profits, you can specialise in the public sector. If you want to make   your mark with innovative and sustainable business, you can specialise in the   private sector. This choice will set you on your future career path.

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模块II

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The Cultural Dimension of   Europe

The Business Dimension of   Europe

Foundations of Marketing

Foundations of Marketing

Introduction to Research   Skills

The Political Dimension of   Europe

IGOs and INGOs – World   Citizenry at Work

IGOs and INGOs – World   Citizenry at Work

Project Management

Project Management

Institutions of the EU

Intercultural Communication

Oral Presentations

Project Focus on Europe   Today

Management of Organisations   in Europe

Writing on European Topics

Intercultural Communication

Introduction to English   Writing

Writing on European Topics

English Practicals

English Practicals

English Practicals

English Practicals

Modern Foreign Languages

Modern Foreign Languages

Modern Foreign Languages

Modern Foreign Languages

Career Development

Career Development

Career Development

Career Development


 

第二年

Dive deeper

After getting to know Europe and its public   and private sector organisations in year one, your second year will focus on   the tools you need to operate in one of those organisations. You’ll explore   the decision making processes used by governments, non-profits and companies   and develop the skills to influence those decisions. You’ll study public and   private policy making processes, but you’ll also dive deep into your   specialisation. Public sector students study European politics and   international relations while private sector students learn the ‘ins’ and   ‘outs’ of export and international business strategy.  Along the way, you’ll continue with your   languages and bring all of your knowledge and skills together in a big   project simulating an international sustainability summit.  The second half of year two is one of the   most exciting parts of the programme - the exchange. During our Study Abroad   programme, you’ll spend five months studying subjects related to your specialisation   and other electives at one of our 100 global partner universities.   International students have the option of staying in The Hague and following   minors.

第三年

 

Getting ready to graduate

The final year of the programme is all about   getting you ready to start your career or apply for a masters programme.   You’ll complete your professional development with a five-month internship at   an international employer and a complete a final research project to show the   world what you’ve learned. We provide a wide range of interdisciplinary internships.   Public sector students typically work at local, regional, national or   international governmental organisations or non-profits, while private sector   specialists work at small, large or global businesses. The work often   involves conducting research, providing policy advice, marketing (especially   on social media), communications or public relations. Students have been   engaged in everything from assisting refugees with the Dutch legal system, to   promoting lingerie on Instagram. As many as one in three are offered jobs at   the end of their internship. Many students go abroad for this, but as the   international city of peace and justice, The Hague is home to over 160   international organisations, so there are also plenty of options close by.     

 

Here are a few examples of recent internship   organisations. ES has dozens of partner organisations, but also allows   students to pursue their own opportunities. Many students go abroad for this   part of their training.

 

Public Sector Placements

l  D66

l  EP Nuffic

l  The ministries of Foreign Affairs & Economic Affairs

l  The Hague Security Delta

l  World Animal Protection

Private Sector Placements

l  Akzo Nobel

l  Ernst & Young

l  ABN Amro

l  Nestle

l  Koninklijke Ahold

To finish your studies, you’ll have to   complete a final research project, but the topic and the type of research is   up to you. You can write a theoretical dissertation if you want to kick-start   a career in the public sector, or continue with a master’s. Or, you can do   applied research for an external assignment provider, such as the   organisation where you do your internship. Last year, an ES student wrote an   export plan for a manufacturer of allergy-free baby products, advising her   host company how to gain a foothold in the Mexican market. Another student   analysed what European governments should do with Muslim boys and girls who   have second thoughts about joining ISIS and want to return to their home   country.

 

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