Term 1 contains an introductory course in IMER (International Migration and Ethnic Relations I), with modules focusing on two main themes within the field: international migration and ethnic relations. Term 2 contains one course aimed at strengthening the students’ written English proficiency, followed by a course aimed at giving a basis for the students’ conscious and reflected choice of research design and research methods in the field of IMER. Term 3 consists of two courses aimed at a deeper understanding of the role of international and internal migration in the construction of contemporary societies and how societies address the outcome of such movements, specifically the issues of ethnic diversity and integration: IMER II: The Challenges of Ethnic Diversity and IMER II: Europe and International Migration. Terms 4 consists of the course Refugees and Asylum Law followed by the course Project Management: Plan, Execute and Evaluate. Term 5 consist of elective courses, giving the students a chance to develop their interests and knowledge within fields relevant for future work or studies. The studies during term 5 may include field studies, internships or international exchange studies. Term 6 consists of the courses IMER III: Research Theory and Methodology and IMER III: Project Work.
Second application deadline valid for EU students is April 17.
- Full Time
High School Graduation Diploma.
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- 3 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning