Learn about European and Euro-Atlantic states and organizations.
Gain knowledge that will help you succeed on the European labor market and develop your capacity for critical thinking.
Benefit form high-level training adapted to European and Euro-Atlantic organization standards.
Get a multidisciplinary view of the history, social make-up, cultural forces and economic and political systems of the European states.
Research sustainable development, financial management, public sector performance, human rights implementation, public policy and governance from a comparative perspective.
Study in an academic environment anchored to contemporary European realities though innovative educational methods.
- Become better skilled at planning, organizing and coordinating public sector activities and more proficient at communicating with other elements of the global social environment by utilizing specific language
- Become better acquainted with the management on local institutions and authorities.
- Hone your capacity for analyzing the processes and phenomena specific to public authority functioning and organization.
- Use specific knowledge to approach and clarify newly created situations in the process of public service quality assurance.
- Develop the capacity to make transversal connections and identify complex relationships between events and specific data.
- Learn to use innovation in the public-sector decision-making process through qualitative and quantitative methods.
- Approach and solve problems independently and creatively, objectively and constructively evaluate critical states, creatively solve problems and successfully communicate results through a demonstrative process.
- Make value judgements and lead by creatively applying complex evaluation methods and techniques.
- Hone your capacity to lead and work in a team by applying mixed public policy evaluation techniques.
- Elaborate complex research projects which develop your investment project managing expertise and your teamwork skills.
- Learn and understand governance and administrative systems from a comparative perspective.
LABOR MARKET OPPORTUNITIES
For us, the competitiveness of our graduates on the job market represents a continuous pursuit.
Studying at The Faculty of Public Administration will help our students:
- become LEADERS and understand the mission of different organizations, public interest and ethics, while also gaining conflict resolution skills and learning to value diversity and multiculturalism
- be efficient MANAGERS, by learning to analyze organizational structures and processes, budgets and judicial norms
- value TEAMWORK and understand the need to be responsible
- INNOVATE, by familiarizing themselves with theories concerning the management of change, organizational experiment design and risk management
- learn how to RESEARCH, in order to make managerial projections, to analyze public opinion and elaborate public policy projects
- better COMMUNICATE, in order to understand and express the needs of the communities they represent
Faculty of Public Administration graduates can work in the following fields: public, national, and European institutions and authorities (state departments, ministries, city halls, prefectures, the national parliament, European Union institutions), national and multinational organizations, non-governmental or non-profit organizations, schools, high schools, universities, adult education centers, etc.
“EUROPEAN ADMINISTRATIVE STUDIES” PROGRAMME
Duration: 2 years (4 semesters, 120 ECTS)
Type of education: full-time and part-time learning
First year classes (60 ECTS):
First-semester classes: State and Democracy in Europe; Comparative analysis: Financial and Budgetary Management; European and Euro-Atlantic Organizations; Public Administration Theory.
Second-semester classes: Human Rights: An evolving system; European Economy; European union Administrative Law; Project Cycle Management; Internship.
Second-year classes (60 ECTS)
First-semester classes: International Migration Law; Environmental Law and Sustainable Development; International Labor Law; Public Image Techniques; Comparative Public Policy.
Second-semester classes: Public Sector Performance Evaluation; European Union Policy and Public Management Reform; Administrative Procedure and European Governance; Methods and Guidelines for Dissertation Elaboration