The EU studies track focuses on the European Union, its institutions and functions, as well as the key issues facing it in contemporary times. This specialisation spotlights the EU's decision-making processes, foreign and security policy, political and economic relations between the EU and candidate countries, Russia, the United States, NATO, and the world. Furthermore, issues of justice and the democratic deficit within the EU itself are raised, and disjunctions between EU countries are analyzed. Most importantly, students develop a Central European perspective about the European integration process.
Student who finish this specialisation are qualified to work in regional, local and national governmental positions, non-governmental organisations, think-tanks, consultancy and public affairs, diplomacy and foreign affairs institutions as well as in a variety of other industries, such as journalism, academia and public policy.