If you are interested in doing a Masters with a focus on European affairs you could receive a scholarship from the College of Europe. The College of Europe is a not-for-profit Higher Education Institution, set up in 1949; Nick Clegg is one of the alum, so is the Head of Chanel in Moscow. It fully-funds 70% of its masters students. Scholarships available internationally and for specific disciplines e.g. History – https://www.coleurope.eu/website/study/admission/scholarships/college-europe-offers-history-graduates-scholarships-study-its
They’re actively seeking UK students. The Masters are in:
- European Interdisciplinary Studies
- EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies
- European Political and Administrative Studies
- European Economic Studies
- European Legal Studies
Oct-Jan is the application period. It’s a one-year programme based in either Bruges, Brussels or Natolin, Poland. Apart from a degree a UK student needs GCSE French (they stressed that this should not put people off).
There’s also a 5,000 euro prize available for a Master’s theses submitted at a European university between 1 September 2012 and 30 September 2014 inclusive: second, articles by doctoral students, who were in the same period enrolled in a doctoral programme at a European university.