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Do you have a passion for research and work in the field of globalisation and development, rooted in undergraduate studies or experience in the field? Are you interested in individuals and communities, as well as in the broader relations between the Global North and South? Do you have the ambition to develop your academic research skills and to use academic insights to make a positive impact in the world? If so, this may be the right programme for you. The master’s in Globalisation & Development Studies is a social science programme that focuses on how the dynamics of globalisation affect developing areas. You will develop the theoretical, analytical and practical skills that are essential for either an academic or professional career in globalisation and development.
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You are eligible for admission if you have a bachelor's degree in the field of Social Sciences: Anthropology, Sociology, Geography, Economics, Political science, International Relations, Development Studies, European Studies, Liberal Arts and Sciences. Or humanities: History, Philosophy, Arts and Culture, or an equivalent level of relevant education or working experience.Furthermore, you need: a basis in globalisation and development issues. For example, a minor in Globalisation & Development from FASoS, or similar undergraduate courses; a basis in social science research methods, covering both qualitative and quantitative methods; good grades in your prior education.
2.083 euros for EEA nationals /13.800 euros for non-EEA nationals
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