MSc GMD

After offer of admission: Master in Governance of Migration and Diversity

In order to plan the beginning of your studies it might be useful for you to know more about the content of the programme and maybe do some catch-up. 

Catch-up readings

Core

  • Castles and Miller (2003) The Age of Migration: International Population Movements in the Modern World. New York: The Guilford Press.
  • Geddes and Scholten (2016) The politics of Migration and Immigration in Europe. London: Sage.

Additional

  • Triandafyllidou, A. (eds) (2016) Handbook of Immigration and Refugee Studies. London: Routledge. (See also Gold and Nawyn (eds) (2013) for an earlier version)
  • Messina, A.M. & Lahav, G. (eds) (2006). The Migration Reader. Exploring Politics and Policies. London: Lynne Riener Press.
  • Martiniello, M. & Rath, J. (eds) (2014). An Introduction to Immigrant Incorporation Studies. European Perspectives. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
  • Brettell, C.B. & Hollifield, J.F. (eds) (2015)  Migration Theory: Talking across Disciplines. New York: Routledge.
  • Samers, M. (2010). Migration. New York: Routledge

Registration at other universities

First, you register at the University for the track of your choice (either the Public Administration or Sociology track at the Erasmus University Rotterdam - EUR -, the Development Studies track at the Institute for Social Studies - ISS - or the History track at Leiden University).
Make sure you complete your registration (including the payment procedure) in time.

Secondly, in order to follow the joint courses offered by the different universities, you need to register as a guest student at the other universities. Because ISS is part of the EUR, separate registration for ISS is unnecessary.
To complete registration at the guest universities you need to have completed and finalized your registration and payment at your primary university.

  • Students who enrolled for the Public Administration or Sociology track at the EUR, need to register as a guest student at Leiden and Delft.
  • Students who enrolled for the History track at Leiden, need to register as a guest student at the EUR and Delft.
  • Students who enrolled for the Development Studies track at ISS, need to register as a guest student at Leiden and Delft.

Registration guest student at Delft

To register as a guest student at Delft, follow the steps below:

  • Log in to Studielink and request a new enrolment for a Master programme; choose the option "Gaststudent" of the programme Master Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences. Confirm your choice.
  • Ignore the requirement of handing in a consent form 
  • Ignore handing in a proof of tuition fee payment.

Leiden, Erasmus and or ISS will provide Delft with the additional information they need to complete your enrollment as a guest student correctly. In order for the different universities to forward the additional information, it is important that your registration and payment at your primary university is finalized.

Hanna Muis is the contact at Delft. If you have any questions or concerns about your registration guest student at Delft, you can contact Hanna Muis: j.a.muis@tudelft.nl.

Registration guest student at Leiden University

To register as a guest student at Leiden University, you do not need to undertake any action. Erasmus and or ISS will provide Leiden with all the information they need (names, proof of tuition fee, permission to join the Leiden course) to complete your enrollment as a guest student correctly. In order for the different universities to forward the information, it is important that your registration and payment at your primary university is finalized.

Only during the first tutorial meeting in Leiden, the staff there will ask you to sign the enrollment papers. Esther Buizer is the contact at Leiden. If you have any questions or concerns about your registration guest student at Leiden, you can contact Esther Buizer.

Registration guest student at EUR /ISS (ISS is part of the EUR, therefore, separate registration for ISS is unnecessary).

To register as a guest student at EUR, follow the steps below:

  • Fill in and sign the enrollment form (digitally is an option). Fill in: name, date of birth, first year of registration, nationality, street name & number, zip code & town, phone number, email address, date and signature - the rest of the form is already filled in beforehand.
    This form is sent to you by email.
  • Return the form to Nathanja Boers accompanied by a clear copy of your passport /ID card.
  • After your registration is processed you will be sent (by email) ERNA login details and a link to upload a passport photo for your student card. After the required photo has been uploaded and processed, your registration is finalized and you will receive your student card.

Leiden will provide the EUR with the additional information they need to complete your enrollment as a guest student correctly. In order for Leiden to forward the additional information, it is important that your registration and payment at your primary university is finalized.

Nathanja Boers is the contact at the EUR. If you have any questions or concerns about your registration guest student at EUR, you can contact Nathanja Boers