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Located in the heart of London, we offer the chance to explore the economic, political, social and cultural dimensions of key contemporary issues, ranging from European integration and globalisation to the financial crisis and its effects on our economies and everyday lives.

We offer a range of masters programmes covering International Political Economy, European Studies and European Public Policy. 

Duration 2 years FT, one year China, one year London

Study Double Masters in Asian & European Affairs in the Department of European & International Studies at King's College London, and Renmin University of China.

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Duration One year FT

Study MA European Studies in the Department of European & International Studies at King's College London.

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Duration One year FT, September to September.

Study MA International Political Economy in the Department of European & International Studies at King's College London.

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Meet some of our Postgraduate Alumni

Read what some of past students enjoyed most about their postgraduate courses offered by the Department of European and International Studies.

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Double Master's in Asian & European Affairs MA

Study the politics, economics and societies of Asia and Europe with our double master’s degree, spending one year at Renmin University of China in Beijing and one year at King’s College London.

Find out more about what the programme offers and how you study Asian, European and global politics in two of the most dynamic cities.

European Studies MA

Find out more about our European Studies masters at King's.

Professor Simona Talani talks about the programme which covers policy making and the policies of the EU, cultural studies, migration, welfare state, politics, history and society. Current students also talk about what they love about this wide-ranging programme.

International Political Economy MA

Dr Robyn Klingler-Vidra gives an overview of the programme which covers today's political economy issues including environment, finance, trade and government.

Also hear from current students and graduates about why they chose King's and what they've gone on to do.

Information for current PGT students

The EIS Student Handbook is designed to provide you with essential information to help you with your academic studies.

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