EUROREG offers four-semester M.A. programme in Urban and Regional Studies (read more in Polish). Students aquire skills essential for work in state and local administration, the business sector, NGOs and research institutions. The programme includes a range of interdisciplinary courses in: geography, economics, public governance, management, sociology, political studies, international relations, statistics.
Special attention is paid to critical analysis of the implementation and effects of EU policies (Territorial, cohesion and competition policies) and regional and global governance. EUROREG students are encouraged to participate in some of the 30+ general University courses on offer in social science, taught in English, such as: economic policy, world economy, post-soviet politics, sociology of globalisation, transnational cooperation, development scenarios, etc. EUROREG places special emphasis on the practical skills of students. During workshop seminars in evaluation and spatial planning, students are required to apply their knowledge in cases based on examples of regional and global governance and solve them in groups. Through close cooperation with the Polish Ministry of Regional Development and Polish Agency of Enterprise Development, EUROREG can offer internships in departments of these institutions which deal with EU policies.
In cooperation with the Ministry of Investments and Development EUROREG conducts exclusive postgraduate courses for civil servants responsible for implementation of development policies.
Academy of Regional Development focuses on various socioeconomic factors of regional development. It provides in-depth overview of most important and actual theories in regional science. Among the subjects are: regional, urban and rural development, institutional, cultural and political foundations of developmental processes, the environment protection, transportation and demography. From 2005 over 600 participants took part in Academy.
Academy of Evaluation aims at fostering capacity of Polish evaluation system by training civil servants how to commision evaluation studies and later use knowledge in the cycle of evidence based policies. It is divided into three modules (evaluation and public management, methodology of evaluation studies, dissemination and use of evaluation results). This programme offers uniqe combination of theory and practice (more than 50% of classes are workshops). From 2008 almost 150 civil servants participated in the Academy.
Academy of Regulatory Impact Analysis aims at training the policy analysts who will be able to effectively perform analyses and provide clear results to decision-makers, in order to support them in the process of design and implementation of public policies.