STUDY IN EUROPE, THE MIDDLE EAST, AND THE UNITED STATES
Established in 1998, this interdisciplinary MA program focuses on contemporary Europe and the transatlantic relationship. Students learn about EU institutions, European integration, and comparative welfare states. They focus on the pressing issues Europe faces today such as security, immigration and economic disparity. TAM educates students by way of classroom and experiential learning environments. We train individuals in the methods of social-science critical inquiry and cultural adaptability. We remain committed to and engaged with the alumni community as our graduates pursue many different types of goals in international diplomacy, business, education, politics, law, and research.
Study EU policy and contemporary European politics at UNC-CH and at one or two overseas partner universities. Integrated into the community, you will use your French, German, and/or Spanish skills in class and daily life.
Hone your quantitative skills and focus on comparative social policy during one academic year at UNC-CH before studying in English at a partner university in Amsterdam, Barcelona, or Bremen.
In this newest track, cultivate German or Turkish skills while studying in Chapel Hill, Ankara, and Berlin focusing on issues related to European immigration in the context of the German-Turkish relationship.
We are grateful to and proud of our graduates. Many TAM alumni remain engaged with the program and contribute to its continued success. The highest concentration of graduates live and work in the Washington DC area with the rest being elsewhere in the United States or in major European cities such as Brussels, Paris, Madrid, Berlin, and London. A few are even further flung elsewhere across the globe! Learn how you can join this unique, well-connected network!