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Comparative Organisation and Labour Studies (MSc)

Course Description

Comparative Organisation and Labour Studies offers you a sociological perspective on the organisation of work processes, the functioning of modern labour markets and of the governance of firms and other public or private organisations that form the locus of employment. It provides you with a broad foundation of sociological theory and research training with a more specific focus on the organisation of work in contemporary societies. The programme gives you a comparative perspective on institutional variety. It stimulates you to apply a sociological perspective in your work, based on thorough scientific research, situating labour processes in a broader societal context.

Entry Requirements

Students who have obtained a Bachelor's degree in Sociology can be admitted to the programme, provided that they have completed 6 ECTS credits in the field of organisation and labour studies.Students with an academic Bachelor's degree (or equivalent) in a social sciences discipline closely related to the programme (including economics and psychology) are invited to apply, provided that they meet the entry requirements as specified.International diplomas are evaluated on the basis of advice from professional diploma evaluators. The minimum level of the diploma should be equivalent to three years of Dutch university education.

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