Welcome to the website for the Joint Master in Migration and Intercultural Relations. This website is designed to guide and assist prospective students wishing to apply for the programme and will also serve as a resource for students enrolled in the joint master in Migration and Intercultural Relations.

The Joint Master in Migration and Intercultural Relations is an inter-disciplinary and transcultural programme jointly developed by the University of Stavanger in Norway, the University of Oldenburg in Germany, the Portuguese Open University in Portugal and The University of Nova Gorica in Slovenia. The course has been developed with support from the European Commission's Curriculum Development Programme, part of the Erasmus programme of the Department of Education and Culture. The programme has been successfully accredited in Norway and Slovenia and is in the final stages of accreditation in Germany and Portugal.

Our first batch of students will be admitted to the MA programme in October 2006. Upon successful completion of the masters programme, students will be awarded a joint degree, issued by all partner institutions. The study programme will be taught in English.

For more information about the Joint Master in Migration and Intercultural Relations and information regarding structure, content, eligibility, admission and application
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Useful links:
  • Clearinghouse
    The Clearinghouse provides a collection of links to websites containing information on migration issues. The focus is on websites with scientific resources, news, online journals and debates on migration policy.

Latest project news:
<b>NEW!! Mini IP in Oldenburg planned for April 2007</b>
Photo: Carl von Ossietzky Universitšt, Oldenburg
NEW!! Mini IP in Oldenburg planned for April 2007
Second IP in Oldenburg is to take place from April 16 to 19.

NEW!! Second semester starts with Slovenian module
Second semester kicks off with start of Slovenian module March 1. Students choose which subject they want to focus on by February 15.

NEW!! New Year starts with visits from Slovenia and Germany
Slovenian student Mojca Vah teams up with the Norwegian students as Lydia Potts give tutorials in Stavanger

NEW!! Academic writing course to be held
A writing course for students is organised as focus shift towards final paper submission

NEW!! Updates of schedules in study modules
With the continuation of the Joint Master program updates in the schedules of study modules made

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