Students have many opportunities to participate in the academic life of the Institute for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies at the undergraduate, master’s and doctoral levels. They may pursue the Master’s program in European and Eurasian Studies or the Master’s program in International Affairs with a concentration in Europe and Eurasia, take courses as part of the European Union Center in Washington, DC, of which GW is a part, work as a research assistant for a professor, be in residence as a Doctoral Student Fellow, or be employed as a work-study student at the front desk. Students are invited to participate in the regular brown-bag lunches, seminars, conferences and networking events at the Institute as well.