EHU’s master programs prepare graduates who are well versed in the application of European perspectives to the fields of law, political science, history, cultural heritage, cultural studies, and gender studies. Graduates of EHU's master programs are well prepared to pursue opportunities for continuation of their education at the doctoral level at European universities. EHU’s master programs include specialized education, practical training, and a research component. Master students must accumulate from 90 to 120 credits to graduate, which usually takes from one-and-one-half to two years of study.
Most classes at EHU are taught in Belarusian or Russian. Some courses and internships are offered in English. The average size of master's classes is fifteen students. Classes are taught in a format that blends online and face-to-face instruction and participation.
Outside the classroom, master’s students are involved in a number of activities in pursuit of their professional, research, or personal interests, with a particular emphasis on internships at international institutions.