University of Bonn, European Studies - Governance and Regulation
The University of Bonn was founded almost 200 years ago and is one of Germany's, and Europe's, most important institutes of higher education. Currently more than 38,000 students (thereof 5,000 international students from 143 countries) are enrolled in one of its 200 study programs. The University has approximately 6,400 staff members, including 555 professors. Excellence in research has been established at the University of Bonn through the strategic recruitment of exceptional scientists in the last decades. As a consequence, the University of Bonn belongs to Germany’s leading universities.
The Master of European Studies - Governance and Regulation is a one-year postgraduate program, offered by the University of Bonn at the Center for European Integration Studies (ZEI).
ZEI’s research and teaching emphasis on “Governance and Regulation in the EU” brings together two aspects whose critical interplay shapes the European Union, its impact on citizens’ lives and its role globally. Interdisciplinary perspectives on the important relationship between governance and regulation offer greater insight and clarity into the increasingly complex process of European integration.