The EMA European Master’s Degree in Human Rights and Democratisation is an intensive Master’s degree programme lasting one year. The language of instruction is English.
- Joining the EMA means becoming part of large group of outstanding university lecturers, prestigious experts and representatives of international organisations.
- It means studying in a multicultural context in different places: First of all, in Venice where classes, seminars, hypothetical court cases, workshops and projects are held. Secondly, in one of the 41 network universities where students do a research project.
- In the EMA, the theory taught in class “comes alive” in a working trip to a country in a post-conflict situation. All of this in a human context where students, academic staff and personnel make contact and establish lasting work relationships.
- The EMA affords students the opportunity to obtain internship grants in international organisations and join the alumni association which opens doors to contacts, job and research offers.