The Master's degree program in European studies was launched in 2009, when the first group, consisting of 21 students from Israel and Palestine, arrived at the Heinrich Heine-University in Dusseldorf, Germany. The students spend one year studying and living together in Germany and, under the condition that they successfully complete their studies, are then awarded their Master's degree from the Heinrich-Heine-University. Since 2010, Jordanian students from Amman have been taking part in the trilateral program as well.
In order to secure the stay for every student, all students from the Middle East receive a full scholarship for the one-year Master's program in Dusseldorf. This includes reimbursement of tuition, travel and accommodation expenses.