The Master in European Union allows a high degree of specialisation in European studies. Its four specialisations, in Economics/Politics, Law, Multilevel European Integration and Fundamental Rights and in Economy of the European Union: Challenges for the 21st Century, allow students to draw a specific profile within the broad field of European Union studies.
The skills acquired by obtaining this Master's degree in European Union allow access to a wide range of professional options, specifically, all those related to activities in the field of the institutions and bodies of the European Union.
Likewise, this Master's Degree in the European Union provides the appropriate training for the exercise of work and professional activities in the internal sphere, whether in the State Administration or in the Administrations of the Autonomous Communities or the Local Administration.
Finally, the practice of law and business activities also increasingly require the necessary knowledge of the European Union.