European Waves

Cláudia Coelho

Being a Law graduate from Portugal, I soon discovered I was not fascinated by national Law, only. My one year Erasmus exchange in Italy opened new doors to me, making me realise that, if it wasn’t for the EU as an utopian project, I wouldn’t be able to travel, learn languages and engage with all the life-long friends I made abroad. And so, I decided that I would like to take my knowledge of national law one step ahead: by enrolling in an Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters Degree, I would be able to keep studying in the areas I am passionate about, but while being taught by professors and peers with the most diverse multicultural backgrounds, and at top European Universities!

The end of an era – graduating from EPS

The happiness of graduating and the reminiscence of two happy study years, followed by the uncertainty of the question “What now?” debated by an EPS student.    I officially started the programme on the 25th September 2019 and, on June 9th 2021, I received an email from my Masters’ coordinator in Barcelona, saying that my …

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