European Studies

European Studies at the University of Guelph

Since 1993, the European Studies program has brought together a dynamic group of scholars and students interested in European languages, cultures, histories, politics and business.  European Studies offers an undergraduate Honours major and minor within the B.A. program. It also offers an M.A. with a focus on Exploring European Identities and participates in the Erasmus Mundus M.A. program, Crossways in Cultural Narratives, offered in collaboration with seven European partner universities. For more on these three components of the program:
 

Undergraduate Studies (B.A.)

Exploring European Identities (M.A.)

Crossways in Cultural Narratives (Erasmus Mundus M.A.)


European Studies Graduate - Caitlin Vito Video Link

Recent European Studies graduate Caitlin Vito

Caitlin Vito graduated from the University of Guelph in 2012 with a major in European Studies and a minor in German. As part of her programme, she studied at the University of Konstanz for the academic year 2010-11. She returned to Germany in the summer of 2012 to work as a research assistant at the University of Bremen, with a travel scholarship from the College of Arts. She graduated from the Erasmus-Mundus M.A. programme in Global Studies at the University of Leipzig.

 


More videos and stories

ES student Erin Budra teaching English in the "Parrains du monde" program in Chambéry

at Guelph article: Program Builds Cross-Cultural Connections

at Guelph article: U of G More Interactive, Interdisciplinary than European Universities

at Guelph article: Students Uncover History in French Archives

Featured Researcher - Alan McDougall on soccer incommunist East Germany

Joselyn Dupont - Crossways in Cultural Narratives M.A.

Featured Researcher - Ruediger Mueller on German Drama

Feature Researcher - Margot Irvine on the Prix Femina

Featured Researcher - Dorothy Odartey-Wellington on Equatorial Guinean literature

Stephen Henighan on understanding climate change through the humanities

Claudio Magris on his novel "Blindly" (part1)

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