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Euroculture: Society, Politics and Culture in a Global Context

Euroculture Consortium

International programme

Euroculture Consortium

The Erasmus Mundus Master Programme "Euroculture: Society, Politics and Culture in a Global Context" is a unique, interdisciplinary and interuniversitary Master of Arts programme of 120 ECTS (four semesters). It is recognised by the European Commission as an "Erasmus Mundus Master of Excellence".

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Consortium

The four semester MA programme is offered by a consortium of eight European universities. These universities are also partnered with four non-European universities. The consortium coordinating university is the University of Groningen.

Mandatory mobility between the different consortium universities is a crucial element of the Euroculture programme. Through its international exchange, the Euroculture programme offers students the chance to gain valuable academic and personal experience with divergent cultural contexts, languages, perspectives and socio-cultural practices.
Further information: Euroculture Consortium

Further information: Euroculture Consortium

Euroculture Consortium

International programme

Euroculture Consortium

The Erasmus Mundus Master Programme "Euroculture: Society, Politics and Culture in a Global Context" is a unique, interdisciplinary and interuniversitary Master of Arts programme of 120 ECTS (four semesters). It is recognised by the European Commission as an "Erasmus Mundus Master of Excellence".

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Ocultar la información
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Consortium

The four semester MA programme is offered by a consortium of eight European universities. These universities are also partnered with four non-European universities. The consortium coordinating university is the University of Groningen.

Mandatory mobility between the different consortium universities is a crucial element of the Euroculture programme. Through its international exchange, the Euroculture programme offers students the chance to gain valuable academic and personal experience with divergent cultural contexts, languages, perspectives and socio-cultural practices.
Further information: Euroculture Consortium

Further information: Euroculture Consortium