The European Union (EU) is an economic and political association of currently 28 European member states. The effects of the EU on the lives of citizens and their role worldwide are largely shaped by the dynamic interplay between “governing” and “regulating”. Government legitimizes Regulation and regulation is necessary, for example, to ensure the functioning of the EU internal market.
The advanced master's program in European Studies - Governance and Regulation is offered by the Center for European Integration Research (ZEI) at the University of Bonn. It is interdisciplinary and based on the pillars "Governance" and "Regulation". These reflect the political and legal significance of the European integration problem would like to further qualify scientifically well-founded for the assumption of demanding positions in EU institutions, IOs and NGOs, national administrations or national / multinational companies.
Organs / institutions of the EU (including political advice, interest representation), international organizations (IOs), non-governmental organizations (NGOs), national administration (including parliaments, ministries), private industry (including management consulting, human resources, marketing, controlling)
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