The Euroculturer Magazine
The Euroculturer Magazine was created in June 2012 and is mostly managed by students of the Euroculture MA programme. We cover a variety of topics related to European culture, society and politics, giving a global perspective to issues we tackle. Some articles are written as an assignment within the programme; nonetheless, the vast majority of articles you will find here are written on a voluntary basis.
The Euroculturer Magazine, a student initiative, has the official support from the Euroculture consortium.
Our team is composed of one Editor-in-Chief and two Editors. However, the articles published on this website are written by various Euroculture students, alumni, teachers, and anyone else related to the Euroculture programme.
If you wish to contribute to the Euroculturer Magazine, please reach out to us via email!
The Erasmus Mundus Euroculture MA Programme
The Euroculture Master is an Erasmus Mundus programme, offering undergraduate students the possibility to tackle European issues within a global context and through an interdisciplinary approach. It includes 8 EU universities and 4 non-EU universities in its consortium, thus enabling students to have a first or renewed mobility experience in Europe, but also in the USA, India, Mexico or Japan. Scholarships are available through the EU’s Erasmus Mundus scheme. Thanks to its different “tracks” for the 3rd semester, this programme fits both professional-oriented students as well as research-oriented ones aiming at Doctorate programmes later on.
Read more about the programme on its official website.
(Applications for the 2019-2021 cohort will open on October 1st, 2018. Check the official website for updates and detailed information!)