One-year programme, 60 ECTS

Tuesday, Wednesday (Online) and Thursday evening (in person) (18.15 – 20.15 or 21.15) and two Saturdays (in person) per month. 

Europe is everywhere. The European Union has an ever-increasing say on the law and policy of each Member State, in many different areas. It is the main player and cannot be ignored. The bloc gives impetus, produces standards, awards subsidies, promotes mobility, and encourages cooperation among countries and regions. The ‘EU machinery’ also powers tens of thousands of skilled jobs.

The EU offers numerous employment opportunities: the European institutions themselves (Commission, Council, Parliament, etc.) plus a multitude of bodies linked to or benefiting from them, such as lobbies, European NGOs, regional and local authorities, European communication agencies, information centres, European media, event organisers, and technical agencies, to name but a few.

This European labour market is growing. It requires advanced qualifications. It now also needs a broad range of skills covering communication techniques and European public affairs. Communication in European policy is clearly a promising niche market!


6 clusters

EU Public Affairs Methodology 22h

Lobbying the European Institutions 14h

Civil Society Lobbying 10h 

Public Affairs Case Studies 14h 

Lobbying Module FINAL OVERALL Exercise

=> Evaluation: Revised individual lobbying pitch (focus full module learnings) 40%

Cluster general overview



You have to make a choice between two group project:

–        EU event (Organising a EU event) 20h Julia Manuel or

–        EU policy (Writing a EU policy paper) 20h Eric Van den Abeele

You have the choice to submit as individual project, one of the three options bellow

  • A Supervised Thesis or, 
  • An Detailed and Analytical Internship Report (In the frame of an Internship performed during EPAC Programme) or,
  • A Detailed and Analytical Professional Report (Analysing your own job/mission evolution thanks to the programme if you are already on the job market)


3,550€ for the whole course.


Academic year 2021-2022 from 1 October until 20 June.

Study programme

Three evenings/week and two Saturdays/month 

Both semesters: Tuesday (Online), Wednesday (Online) and Thursday (in class) evenings 18.15 – 20.15 or 21.15. Two Saturdays/month (in class): 10h-16h 




Rue des Grands Carmes – 27

1000 Brussels