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Children and youth around the world are growing up and living under very different circumstances, yet they still share many experiences. Delivered entirely online and part-time (50%), this two-year English-taught Master’s Programme in Child and Youth Studies gives you a deepened understanding of the various conditions that shape, restrict and promote the experiences of young people.
Unique international multidisciplinary programme
The programme offers a unique opportunity to understand the shared and divergent experiences of children and youth around the world, and the theoretical, methodological and practical tools to improve their lives. Theoretical knowledge from different disciplines and up-to-date research are the basis for the programme, which combined with
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BA/BSc in education or nursing, 180 credits, or bachelor’s degree, 180 credits with a major in social work and social pedagogy, psychology, pedagogics, sociology, culture studies or public health or the equivalent.
Tuition is free for those with citizenship within the EU.
Students with citizenship in countries not within the EU/EEA or Switzerland are required to pay tuition fees, for details please visit: Please see the university website for further information on fees for this course.
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