EMMIR will not be inviting students for Cohort 10 (2020-2022). We will not be opening an application process or accepting any applications. If you are interested in studying EMMIR, we will have more information on future opportunities in the spring/summer of 2020.
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European Master in Migration and Intercultural Relations - Master
Sie möchten European Master in Migration and Intercultural Relations im Master studieren.
Das Wichtigste auf einen Blick
- Der Studiengang ist zulassungsbeschränkt.
- Bewerbung in das 1. Semester zum Sommersemester ist nicht möglich.
As EMMIR is research oriented on one hand and well rooted in the field by its numerous associates on the other hand it attracts students seeking to persue an academic career and others looking for preparations to work in the field. In any case EMMIR is able to support and encourage students to professionalise.
- The programme builds upon a first degree such as a Bachelor's degree (or an equivalent qualification) in a field related to migration studies: e.g. Social sciences, History, Cultural studies, Educational sciences, Law, Economics, Development Studies and Journalism.
- The final grade of the first degree must be proven by certificates. You are expected to provide documentation of a final first degree by the deadline.
- Applicants have to document knowledge of migration studies, intercultural relations and empirical methods. Modules completed at the undergraduate level, papers, essays and examination results are considered valid documentation. Preference will also be given to qualified applicants who, in addition, have relevant professional experience.
- Language requirements: Applicants whose native language is not English or whose undergraduate instruction was not in English must demonstrate proficiency in English by the application deadline. We kindly ask you to check our website EMMIR for more information about relevant tests of English language.
Applicants whose native language is English must demonstrate proficiency in a second language relevant to migration studies by the application deadline at a level corresponding to the list above.