Conflict Studies and Human Rights: Theoretical analysis and grounded research
The Master's programme in Conflict Studies and Human Rights focuses on the analysis of contemporary violent conflict with an emphasis on the interconnectedness of violence.
The Master's programme in Conflict Studies and Human Rights is a selective, international graduate programme combining the study of theory with in-depth case study analysis.
The programme focuses on both the dynamics of violent conflicts and the problems associated with national and international military or humanitarian intervention by agencies such as the UN, NATO, or non-governmental organisations.
The highly regarded Keuzegids Master’s Selection Guide 2016 ranked Utrecht University’s Conflict Studies and Human Rights programme as the best in the field in the Netherlands. In this year's Elsevier Best Studies Survey, students have also rated Conflict Studies as the best programme.
A relevant Bachelor’s degree in the humanities, law, and/or one of the social sciences; Knowledge of Conflict Studies and Human Rights, to be demonstrated by at least 30 EC in coursework; The ability to present, in your letter of motivation, a feasible and relevant preliminary research idea for your Master’s thesis; Excellent scholarly abilities; Demonstrable practical or professional experience with work or research in conflict zones is an advantage to a prospective applicant; A good knowledge of English.
2017-2018 EU/EEA: € 2.006,- Non EU/non-EEA : € 15.167
Recipient: Utrecht University
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