European joint master’s programme in English and American studies

Language(s) of instruction: English

Length of study: 2 years, full time


Course Location: Université Paris Cité, France with one compulsory semester abroad in 2nd year in one of the universities below:

  • Otto-Friedrich University, Germany
  • Karl-Franzens University, Austria
  • City College of New York, United States
  • Jagiellonian University, Poland
  • Ca’ Foscari University, Italy
  • Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain
  • University of Graz, Austria

Degrees awarded:

  • Master Etudes Anglophones, Université Paris Cité
  • Joint Master’s in English and American Studies, awarded by the Consortium

Entry Requirements: Bachelor degree or international degree in a relevant field of study

Language pre-requisites: Excellent level in English (Cambridge CAE – PASS / Michigan ECPE – PASS / Trinity ISE 3 – PASS / Pearson PTE Academic – MINIMUM SCORE 76 / IELTS – MINIMUM OVERALL SCORE 7  / TOEFL Internet-based test – MINIMUM SCORE 98)

Course overview

The English-taught European Joint Master Degree is a full time program which is completed over 2 years with a total a 120 ECTS credits offered by 6 partner universities. The universities of the consortium work together to provide a high quality international curriculum, which also include regional aspects.

The program offers specialized academic training in English and American Studies focusing on three core areas of literature, linguistic and cultural studies.

Students may wish to pursue an academic career by continuing in a PhD program.

Professional fields in the public and private sector include: education, archive and library services, diplomatic service, publishing, cultural organisations, international co-operation, translating, mass communication, advertising, tourism and public relations, or language oriented professions

Skills and competencies developed
  • Critical thinking on English and American studies from a European perspective
  • Specialisation in arts and cultures of Anglophone countries
  • Training in research and teaching of the culture, language and linguistics of English speaking countries

The admissions procedures may differ according to your status.

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French students

International independent students

International exchange students


Mrs. Maryvonne OISEL, administrative coordinator
Mr. François VERGNIOLLE DE CHANTAL, pedagogical coordinator