Erasmus New Curriculum Development (CD) project 29666-IC-1--2002-1-NO-ERASMUS-PROGUC.
www-supported learning in migration/intercultural relations - a joint MA programme for collaborative learning and cultural awareness.
The 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. Since the second half of the 20th century, migration in its different forms has pervasively shaped European societies. In turn, processes of globalisation, changes in state politics on immigration, employment and welfare, as well as the reformation of the world’s political map have had significant effects on migration strategies.
Scholars of Stavanger (Norway), Oldenburg (Germany), Lissabon (Portugal) and Ljubljana (Slovenia) Universities have developed a collaborative Master program on Migration – the MA in Migration and Intercultural Relations. The project unites experts in history, political science, sociology and other disciplines, coming from various parts of Europe, who offer their expertise in research and teaching migration in existing national MA programs.
Students have the opportunity to gain knowledge and research experience within the scope of different disciplines, within diverse national contexts.
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To go directly to the Application Form for the Joint Master in Migration and Intercultural Relations, please click here