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European Master in Human Rights and Democratisation

Programme

 

  • Degree: European Master’s Degree in Human Rights and Democratisation
  • Credits: 60 ECTS
  • Number of places: 90 places
  • Type of programme: Full time, taught sessions
  • Language: English and French
  • Internships: The top 15 studentsdo 6 month internships
  • International programme: Compulsory for all students
  • Master´s Thesis: 20 ECTS
  • Location: Faculty of Social and Human Sciences

 

Competences

In the EMA, learning outcomes combine understanding and skills development.

Knowledge and understanding. Students will attain:
 

  • In-depth knowledge of current human rights and democratisation issues.
  • An analytical vision of debates on human rights and democratisation based on solid knowledge of theory, concepts and methods.
  • The capacity to apply thematic, country and comparative perspectives.

Skills. Graduates will develop the capacity to:

  • Carry out independent, rigorous, critical research.
  • Demonstrate their command of different spoken and written skills such as proper style, coherence, expression, good reasoning and presentation.
  • Demonstrate that they have acquired analytical tools that enable them to carry out research, using primary and secondary information sources, basic tools for the their later career development.
  • Take part effectively in complex debates concerning academic issues or policy implementation.
  • Apply practical skills efficiently in diverse working situations.

 

Programme

 

  • Degree: European Master’s Degree in Human Rights and Democratisation
  • Credits: 60 ECTS
  • Number of places: 90 places
  • Type of programme: Full time, taught sessions
  • Language: English and French
  • Internships: The top 15 studentsdo 6 month internships
  • International programme: Compulsory for all students
  • Master´s Thesis: 20 ECTS
  • Location: Faculty of Social and Human Sciences

 

Competences

In the EMA, learning outcomes combine understanding and skills development.

Knowledge and understanding. Students will attain:
 

  • In-depth knowledge of current human rights and democratisation issues.
  • An analytical vision of debates on human rights and democratisation based on solid knowledge of theory, concepts and methods.
  • The capacity to apply thematic, country and comparative perspectives.

Skills. Graduates will develop the capacity to:

  • Carry out independent, rigorous, critical research.
  • Demonstrate their command of different spoken and written skills such as proper style, coherence, expression, good reasoning and presentation.
  • Demonstrate that they have acquired analytical tools that enable them to carry out research, using primary and secondary information sources, basic tools for the their later career development.
  • Take part effectively in complex debates concerning academic issues or policy implementation.
  • Apply practical skills efficiently in diverse working situations.