Dear European Networkers,
University of Osnabrueck, situated in Lower Saxony - North West of Germany- is loking for students, who are interessted in studying international migration in three European countries.
Joint European Master's in International Migration and Social Cohesion
The Joint European Master's in International Migration and Social Cohesion
(MISOCO) is a two-year international Master's with the support of the Erasmus Mundus programme of the European Union which offers students the unique opportunity to study international migration in three European countries.
About the programme
Students will study in three European countries. The first year is undertaken at two core institutes: the University of Amsterdam (1st semester) and the University of Deusto (2nd semester), both offering consolidated expertise in theoretical and methodological approaches to migration studies.
The second year is used for specialization at one of the other European institutes. The University College Dublin, University of Latvia or the IMIS (University of Osnabrück) will provide students with focused teaching and research in their specialised areas under the supervision of leading experts.
MISOCO seeks students with an academic bachelor's degree (or equivalent) in a social sciences discipline closely related to the programme (sociology, social/cultural anthropology, political science and (human) geography).
Students with degrees in International Relations or International Development and/or have at least 60 EC in Social Sciences Methodology and Theory may also apply. Students are selected on their qualifications with the possibility of an Erasmus Mundus Scholarship.