The Master program includes:

  • Two on-campus intensive weeks organized by the partner universities in presence (September 2023 and September 2024)
  • Four mandatory modules (distance learning):
    • Substance use and addiction theories
    • Drug and alcohol policies in Europe
    • Research methods
    • Responses to the problem of drug abuse and addiction
  • Three optional modules (distance learning) to choose among:
    • Drugs and crime in Europe
    • Evidence Based Practice
    • Cultural and social aspects of drug and alcohol use
    • Dual Diagnosis
  • Final thesis under the supervision of one of the master’s teachers
  • The graduation ceremony will be held at the EMCDDA in Lisbon (Autumn 2025)