Euroculture: Society, Politics and Culture in a Global ContextMaster´s degree

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      Asignaturas

      Master of Arts in Euroculture (official Spanish diploma) Society, Politics and Culture in a Global Context

      Euroculture: Society, Politics and Culture in a Global Context

      Programme

      1st Semester at the University of Deusto

      • Political Construction of Europe (15 ECTS)
      • Cultura Construction of Euope (10 ECTS)
      • Eurocompetences I: Academic skills (5 ECTS)
      • Research seminar: Europe in the wider world (10 ECTS)
      • Eurocompetences II: Project management (5 ECTS)
      • Methodology seminar and Intensive Programme preparation (10 ECTS)
      • Intensive Programme ( 5 ECTS)
      • Research track: seminars or Profesional track: work placement (25 ECTS)
      • Master Thesis I Outline/Portfolio (5 ECTS)
      • Master Thesis Completion (25 ECTS)
      • Eurocompetences III: Reseach or Professional Application writing (5 ECTS)
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      EUROCULTURE: SOCIETY, POLITICS AND CULTURE IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT

      Final Master’s Thesis

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      EUROCULTURE: SOCIETY, POLITICS AND CULTURE IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT

      Final Master’s Thesis

      The Euroculture MA thesis is an important stage in a student’s intellectual development. The purpose of the thesis is to give evidence of a student’s ability to design and execute a scientific study, including collecting and evaluating information, critically analysing theories in the chosen area of inquiry, and constructing, testing and defending an argument.

      Throughout the process, the student is supervised by experts from the first and second semester universities and thesis seminars will complement this supervision.