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Please note: This course is not available for 2020 - the course will begin late August 2021.
How do societies react and adjust to cultural, environmental and social challenges? In what way can digitalisation contribute to the preservation and transmission of cultural heritage or minority languages? How do the Baltic and Arctic Sea areas work as laboratory for previsioning and adapting to global chances? What can we learn from Nordic experience?
The curriculum of the Master’s Degree Programme in Nordic Cultural and Social Resilience (NOCURE) is a combination of modules focusing on cultural, environmental, and societal themes related to sustainability and resilience, as well as on the interplay between the local, regional and global scales. By employing an interdisciplinary
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A three-year Bachelor’s degree, Master’s degree or equivalent diploma in relevant field of humanities or social sciences, or human geography.
Your degree corresponds to at least 180 ECTS (European credits) or to three years of full-time study.
Prospective candidates should have a good level of proficiency in the English language and they are expected to demonstrate their language skills.
Free for citizens of EU/EEA countries or Switzerland.
For other countries, please visit Please see the university website for further information on fees for this course. for details.
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The University of Turku is an international research university and an active academic community of nearly 24,000 students and employees. As one of the leading universities in Finland, the University of Turku offers study and research opportunities in seven faculties and seven independent units - expertise ranging from humanities to natural sciences.Read more
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