What is the meaning of citizenship in modern culture? What is the value of democracy? What does today's sociopolitical atmosphere mean for the future of liberty itself? Given the current international backdrop of cultural conflicts, political strife and radical new technologies, a thorough understanding of such issues is more urgently needed than ever. In the master's programme in Politics and Society, you will gain insight into how culture has become a source of concern and conflict in the national and international political arenas. You will also explore the different professional roles a student of politics and society can play in political organisations, in the media or in think tanks.
You can choose to follow this programme completely in English or completely in Dutch.
a bachelor’s degree from a relevant academic field (e.g. philosophy or sociology) and/or a CV indicating relevant working experience; high quality of performance in previous education; non-native speakers or applicants who have their undergraduate degree in a language other than English must have one of the following language qualifications: IELTS with a minimum score of 6.5, TOEFL with a minimum score of 575 (paper-based), 233 (computer-based) and 90 (internet-based; Cambridge Proficiency Certificate (grade A, B, C), Cambridge Advanced Certificate (grade A, B, C+)
15 November 2016
Recipient: Maastricht University
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