EuMIGS offers the opportunity to obtain a double degree in the field of Migration Studies on the basis of a two-year master of 120 ECTS-points.
The double degree-programme implies spending the second year of the master studies at one of the other partner programmes in another European country. During this year, students will attend courses and write their master thesis. Supervisors generally come from both programmes. Upon successful completion, students will be issued a master degree by both the host and the home institutions. Since EuMIGS and all partner institutes are members of the IMISCOE Research Network, participants in the programme will moreover become members of the network and will have the opportunity to participate in the Annual Conferences and joint international training activities.
The programme and teaching is in English (please see partner-webpages for linguistic admission requirements!). The language of the master thesis is also English by default. Other languages can be agreed upon with the supervisors from both involved partner programmes.
Participating master programmes
- Social Policies and Socio-Community Intervention (MOPS) at Universidade da Coruña, Spain
- Migration and Citizenship at Université de Neuchâtel, Switzerland
- International Migration and Interethnic Relations (IMIB) at Universität Osnabrück, Germany
- International Migration and Ethnic Relations (IMER) at Malmö Högskola, Sweden
- Ethnic and Migration Studies at Linköping Universitet, Sweden
All applicants must be admitted students in any of the programmes above. Applications to the double degree programme have to be directed to the home institutes at the beginning of the first year of the master studies (see contact information). They include a CV, a Letter of Motivation and a ranked list of three partner programmes where students wish to spend their second year of master studies.
Application deadline for participating in the double degree programme in the academic year 2020/21 is: 31 December 2019