European Institute of High International Studies

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European Institute of High International Studies
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Basics
Honorary President: Vlad Constantinesco
President of the Administrative Board: Claude Nigoul
President of the Scientific Board: Ferdinand Kinsky
Director: Matthias Waechter
Degree: Master in Advanced European and International Studies
Established: 1964
Address: 10 Avenue des Fleurs, F-06000 Nice
Website: http://www.ie-ei.eu

The Institut européen·European Institute (IE·EI) is an international institution of graduate studies and research, based in Nice, France.

History[edit]

It was founded in 1964 with the support of the City of Nice and the European Commission. Its programmes take place in different countries, and focus on European Studies as well as International Relations.

Studies[edit]

The institute cooperates with numerous universities in central and eastern Europe, especially in Germany, Italy, and Turkey.

It features an international faculty,[1] which consist of university professors, experts and an equally multicultural student body.

The institute offers The Master in Advanced European and International Studies in two different branches: the trilingual branch and the anglophone branch. Its aim is to give students an all-embracing, encompassing vision of the political, social, economic, and cultural problems of today’s modern world. Students who successfully complete the programme acquire 60 ECTS credits.

The Master in Advanced European and International Studies[edit]

The trilingual branch[edit]

The trilingual branch comprises terms in Nice and Berlin interrupted by a one-week stay at the University of Rostock, which cooperates with the 'IE·EI' and a two-week residence at their Partner the University of Rome. Further this branch contains a study trip to European and international organisations in Brussels, Strasbourg and Geneva. Together with the MAIS at the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna and the European College of Parma, it is the only Master’s program in European and International Studies taught in three languages (French, English, and German).

The anglophone branch[edit]

The anglophone branch contains study visits in Istanbul, Nice and Berlin. Further this branch contains a study trip to European and international organisations in Brussels, Strasbourg and Geneva.

Summer Academies[edit]

The institute arranges summer academies every year in different European cities to different topics.

  • Austria (Hofen Palace, Lochau): North American European Summer Academy: The relations between Europe and North America

Working language: English

  • Bulgaria (Varna): La région de la Mer Noire dans l'Europe élargie : vers un label territorial

Working language: English and French

  • Croatia (Zadar): L´action de l´Union européenne pour l´environnement et les changements climatiques: enjeux et perspectives

Working language: French

Working language: French

Working language: English and French

Working language: English

Working language: English

Working language: English and French

Other Activities[edit]

Club de Nice - Énergie et géopolitique

Identité européenne

External links[edit]

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