Education at EUR
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The international labour market is becoming increasingly competitive. In this age of globalisation it is crucial that people who are joining the workforce have strong intercultural awareness as well as a sound academic background, but the key to success lies in the correct use of skills and knowledge. EUR’s curriculum is built around this core belief.
Education at EUR is both research-driven and practically oriented. It focuses on the transfer and exchange of rigorous knowledge and on the development of socially oriented analytical and problem-solving skills, regardless of the domain in which this knowledge is developed: economics and management, law, culture, and society, or medicine and health sciences.
Internationalisation is one of the major forces spearheading EUR’s continual drive towards excellence. This is reflected in the number of accredited degree programmes that, are attracting more and more international students each year. EUR has a diverse student body, with some 3,000 international students and researchers from over 114 countries. With a significant number of courses being taught at all levels exclusively in English, EUR provides a setting that stimulates the exchange of ideas not only in interdisciplinary terms but also internationally.
Being an EUR student means being part of a result-oriented academic environment where students and faculty alike hew to the highest standards. Once you have graduated, you will be fully equipped to meet the challenges of the international labour market. You will distinguish yourself in that you will be:
- Socially and internationally oriented
- Well prepared for management functions in both the private and public sector
- Sure-footed and fully at ease working in a multicultural environmen.
EUR Study programmes
Research at EUR
Scientific research at EUR has traditionally been grounded in a strong focus on society, drawing on the city and its surroundings as sources of inspiration.
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