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Europe Study Opportunities at Syracuse University
Syracuse University offers a major and minor in Russian and Central European studies; bachelor's degree in language, literature and culture with minors in French, German, Italian, Russian and Spanish; a minor in Medieval and Rennaissance studies; and Portuguese and Polish language courses.
Graduate Studies and Certificate
Syracuse University offers language, literature and culture master's degrees for both French and Spanish, as well as a Certificate of Advanced Study in European Union and Contemporary Europe, to which all Syracuse University graduate students are eligible to apply. Learn how to apply on Maxwell's Answers website.
Atlantis Transatlantic Program for Graduate Students
The Atlantis Transatlantic dual degree program is a unique opportunity offering a hybrid study experience in the United States and the European Union.
The two-year program results in two master’s degrees—one from Syracuse University, either a master of public administration or a master of arts in international relations, and another from the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin, Germany, either a master of public policy or a master of international affairs.
Center for European Studies Annual Graduate Student Grant Competition
The Center for European Studies invites Syracuse University graduate students to apply for this grant award of $500-$1,500 to support research for a master's thesis or doctoral project concerning Europe. Details about the grant and how to apply are available on the Maxwell School's Answers site.
Jayne Howell, Deborah A. Altamirano, Faedah M. Totah, Fethi Keles
American Anthropological Association, 2018
Migration, Europe, United States