Global Markets, Local Creativities (GLOCAL) is a 2-year full-time degree with two pathways:
'Global History & Creative Cities' Pathway A (Glasgow, Barcelona, Rotterdam
- that stresses economic orders, creative cities and industries, and the history of international relations and globalization. Pathway A is suitable for applicants from Arts and Humanities academic background (History, Literature, Anthropology, Languages etc.)
'Global Markets & Development' Pathway B (Glasgow, Barcelona, Göttingen)
- that stresses global political economy, immigrant entrepreneurship, and global marketing and mass consumption. An academic background in History, Economics, Business, Management, Finance, Sociology, Political Science, International Relations, or another Social Science is strongly recommended for Pathway B.
Other majors (such as Engineering, Sciences, Architecture etc.) will also be considered for entry into the programme and for the fellowship if they have academic background in the targeted fields listed above. Those applying for Pathway B are highly advised to have a strong background or some professional experience.