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A consortium of 5 institutions from 5 countries proposes a specialised Joint MA-Degree (120 ECTS) in women's and gender history. This approach to historical studies has been established as innovative and productive. Yet permanent cooperation between European Universities, as well as the European dimension of women’s and gender history are not sufficiently developed. The proposed programme takes the Bologna process as an opportunity to anchor women’s and gender history locally and on a European level in the curriculum of the discipline.