EUROREG runs a two-year program of full-time second-cycle Regional and Local Studies. The program is addressed to graduates with socio-economic background and the title of a master, bachelor, engineer or equivalent.
Moreover, EUROREG co-runs Urban Studies at the University of Warsaw. Urban Studies is a full-time second-cycle program of a broad academic profile, offering expertise in the fields of social sciences, humanities and natural science. A consortium of several university units carries out the program: Faculty of Geography and Regional Studies; Institute of Americas and Europe - Centre for European Regional and Local Studies (EUROREG); Faculty of Applied Social Sciences and Resocialisation - Institute of Applied Social Sciences; The Faculty of Polish Studies - Institute of Polish Culture and the Faculty of History.
Moreover, EUROREG has conducted postgraduate studies addressed to public administration officers.
- The Academy of Regional Development has been realised together with the Ministry of Regional Development. Over 700 graduates have participated in the ten editions so far. During the course, results of research conducted by EUROREG and its associates (also from abroad) were passed on to practitioners from ministries, regions and municipalities.
- The Evaluation Academy has also been realised in cooperation with the Ministry of Regional Development. It is a unique training program, the aim of which was to improve the quality of Polish system of evaluation and development management by advancing the skills and competences of professionals who are involved in the ordering and supervising evaluation-related research.
- The Academy of Regulatory Impact Assessment (AOSR) has been carried out together with The Centre for Open and Multimedia Education (COME). The AOSR is a two-semester postgraduate studies program and continuous training in analytical techniques applicable in regulatory impact assessment. The program is aimed at government administration officers and people who are professionally involved in the analysis and evaluation of public policies.
- The Academy of Analytics (AA) is co-run together with The Centre for Open and Multimedia Education (COME) and the Interdisciplinary Center for Mathematical and Computational Modeling (ICM UW). The AA is a series of specialised courses for professional analysts who are employed in government administration offices. The project aims to increase their competences in the area of policy-making (including preparing a dependable impact assessment).