The trinational Masters in Regional and European Project Management focuses on gaining interdisciplinary knowledge of economics and social sciences, together with languages and intercultural competence. The degree course takes place at the Westsächsische Hochschule Zwickau - University of Applied Sciences Zwickau, the University of Southern Brittany (France), and the University of South Bohemia (Czech Republic). This enables the students to profit from the intercultural and multilingual contexts of all three European universities.

The students gain comprehensive knowledge in both theoretical and practical project management. The course covers a range of topics, including launching projects, project development and project controlling, focussing especially on the European sector. As well as this, students will grapple with such intercultural topics as project management, interpersonal communication, and business and social structures at a regional level. Another main aim of the degree is to achieve excellent language ability in both English (C1), French (B2/C1), and German (B2/B1), as well as the basics in Czech.


degreeMaster of Arts (M.A.)
type of programme full-time programme
semester start winter semester
no. of semesters / ECTS-Credits 4 semester
admission requirements
  • a degree in the field of humanities, economics, social science, or languages, with at least 180 ECTS points
  • good knowledge of written and spoken English (B2 Level for all applicants, according to Common European Framework of Reference of Languages), French (B2 level for German and Czech applicants), German (B2 for French applicants, or A1 for Czech applicants)
admission restriction no restricted entry
tuition fees no tuition fees