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Why do people migrate? How do migrants integrate in receiving countries, or sometimes fail to do so? This master degree (MSc) focuses on sociological theories and research about migration.
Key Facts & Figures
- Mode of study
- Instruction language
- 1 year
- Study points (EC)
- Campus Woudestein
- Start date
- Application Deadline (EEA)
- 15 June
The study programme in a nutshell
During the education you will gain knowledge that enables you to understand issues related to migration and diversity from a broad perspective. The courses are offered by leading scholars from three universities and five academic disciplines: Sociology, Public Administration, History, Urban Studies and Development Studies.
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What you will learn
The master programme Governance of Migration and Diversity provides state-of-the-art courses and training given by dedicated scholars from five academic disciplines. During classes interaction amongst students and between students and professors is stimulated. During the programme several site visits are organised to engage with firsthand experiences of governance issues.
Is this the right programme for you?
- A unique interdisciplinary programme, with courses taught by leading scholars from three universities and five academic disciplines;
- Knowledge which will allow you to address governance issues related to migration and diversity;
- A focus on policies, politics and governance at an international, national and local level;
- Knowledge which will allow you to understand issues related to migration and diversity from a multidisciplinary perspective;
- Education which has a direct link to contemporary issues. Students are trained to contribute to the governance of migration and diversity.
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Career opportunities after graduation
Graduates of this master are suitable candidates for governance and consultancy positions at the local, national, EU and international level, or positions at NGOs or research groups.