The Master Degree Programme in International and Comparative Education adopts a broad approach in addressing urgent needs and challenges facing education, globally. It focuses on the following research and training areas: International and Comparative Perspectives, Educational Planning, Education and Development, Educational Research, Reforms, Administration and Management. Within the framework of the programme, students complete a Master thesis. The overall aim of the programme is for students to acquire and advance their knowledge and analytical skills in the research fields of educational policy, planning, management, reform and evaluation by drawing on international, global and comparative perspectives, including cross-disciplinary, cross-cultural, trans-national and developmental dimensions. The programme is comprised of 120 higher education credits (120 ECTS) over four academic terms.
Applicants must have a bachelor's degree with a major in Social Sciences or a Teacher's certificate .Applicants from non-anglophone countries must provide proof of English proficiency .Application deadline for non EU students is January 15.