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You will study various dimensions and aspects of globalisation, notably as this relates to socio-economic and spatial development for different parts of the world, the Global South in particular. Read more

Master's specialisation in Globalisation, Migration and Development

You will study various dimensions and aspects of globalisation, notably as this relates to socio-economic and spatial development for different parts of the world, the Global South in particular. Core issues on which this master specialisation will focus include: changing relationships of global and local societies through the rise of new social and spatial inequalities brought about by global processes, migration and mobility and the emergence of transnational identities versus local interpretations in so-called multicultural societies. Overall we give particular emphasis to the relationship with urban contexts of these issues, but do also link it up with rural domains, e.g. in studying sustainability of livelihood strategies and development policies in different regions.

See the website http://www.ru.nl/masters/gmd

Career prospects

Our graduates are employed in a wide range of jobs in- and outside the Netherlands. To give some insight in the scope of the work they do we have categorised this as follows, adding that this list is not exhaustive:
1. Working for the Dutch government at local, regional, national and international levels regarding development issues such as poverty, livelihoods, social exclusion and empowerment:
- Policymaker / programme researcher for city municipalities focusing on integration and multi-cultural issues, especially in the low-income neighbourhoods;
- Policy development expert for Provincial Governments in The Netherlands;
- Policy expert or programme/field officer with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs;
- Programme officer with Nuffic (Netherlands Organisation for International Cooperation in Higher education)

2. Working as an NGO practitioner in development cooperation:
- Field officer for Max Havelaar or Fair Trade, visiting developing countries to establish business contracts with local farmer organisations;
- Research officer for the Centre for the Promotion of Imports from developing countries (http://www.cbi.nl/) promoting and facilitating entry of entrepreneurs from developing countries in the European market.
- Researcher/programme officer with development aid related organisations such as: Cordaid, VSO, SNV, Novib/Oxfam, Hivos and COS (Association of Centres for international cooperation at the provincial level), or a migrant (umbrella) organisation.

3. Pursuing an academic career (research and education) with one of many research institutes studying migration, globalisation, integration or development issues in the Netherlands and abroad:
- Conducting highly innovative PhD research on migration and development, health and urbanisation, the rural impact of globalisation, etc. (see http://www.nwo.nl/ for past research proposals)
- Working for a research institute/organisation involved with migration and globalisation: e.g. MPI, IOM, Refugee Studies Centre in Oxford

See the website http://www.ru.nl/masters/gmd

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The Master of Enterprise Engineering program is organized over one year corresponding to semesters 9 and 10 (year 5) of the overall university education cycle. Training takes place in France (Bordeaux) and is dedicated to the teaching of Enterprise Engineering. Read more

The Master of Enterprise Engineering program is organized over one year corresponding to semesters 9 and 10 (year 5) of the overall university education cycle. Training takes place in France (Bordeaux) and is dedicated to the teaching of Enterprise Engineering. The first semester (September to December) consists of lectures, exercises and practical work; the second semester (January to July) consists of projects and an internship (within a company or a research laboratory).

The Enterprise Engineering program benefits from the expertise of the industrial engineering research group at the IMS laboratory, University of Bordeaux. This expertise is well recognized at national and international levels in the field of industrial engineering. The productics group has developed and maintained close relationships with the industrial world for more than 35 years. Lectures, exams and internship report are conducted exclusively in English. Courses are validated by written and/or oral exams, and the internship is subject to a report/memoir and a presentation in front of a jury. 

Once the Master studies are completed, graduates obtain a Master Degree of the University of Bordeaux, an official national diploma in France.

Program structure

Semester 1: September to December

  • Information System and Interoperability (ISI) 6 ECTS - Compulsory
  • Enterprise Modelling (EMO)  6 ECTS - Compulsory
  • Production Management (PMT) 6 ECTS - Compulsory
  • Performance and Continuous Improvement (PCI) 6 ECTS - Compulsory
  • Supply Chain Management and Networked Enterprise (SCM) 6 ECTS - Compulsory

Semester 2: January to July

  • Scientific Conferences and/or Projects (COS/PRO) 6 ECTS - Compulsory
  • Internship: Pofessional/Research (STA) 24 ECTS - Compulsory

Strengths of this Master program

  • This international Master trains high level executives in the Enterprise System.
  • Students are capable of modelling, analyzing, designing and implementing organizational, technical and software application solutions to improve the performance of manufacturing and service enterprises.
  • Students may work and develop their careers in an international, professional environment, in particular within the context of industrial collaborations across the continents.

After this Master program?

  • Employment opportunities may be found in companies (large companies as well as small/medium companies) that have developed international industrial cooperation. 
  • Job positions within the manufacturing industry sector as well as within the service sector are suitable. Some examples of these positions include: Head of Industrial Management (production, quality, maintenance), Manager of Design, Development and Implementation of Software Applications, Consultant, Project Leader, etc.


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