European Master in Migration and Intercultural RelationsThe phenomenon of migration is increasingly important in most European countries. The huge emigration movements to the Americas in the 19th century have been followed by migration and flight within Europe in the aftermath of wars, conflicts, and state transformations.
In the course of the programme, students will get insight into theories, empirical studies and interdisciplinary approaches to migration. Scholars at universities in Stavanger (Norway), Oldenburg (Germany), Lisbon (Portugal), Ljubljana (Slovenia), Zagreb (Croatia) and South Bohemia (Czeck Republic) have collaborated in setting up this joint study programme. It unites experts in history, political science, sociology and other disciplines.
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This combined degree can open up a number of national and international occupational opportunities.