In the first two blocks of semester 1 students take three mandatory courses of the MA programme, as well as two electives. The mandatory skills seminar runs from early October to the end of April, and results in a study trip to one of the European Cultural Capitals. In the second semester, students take two more electives and write their thesis.
The Master's in Identity and Integration comprises 60 ECTS credits:
The electives complement the core courses of Identity and Integration. They add to the interdisciplinary approach to studying European culture and history and allow students to pursue specific interests in terms of themes, periods, regions and methods.
We enable students to do an internship during the MA programme. The student is responsible for organising the internship and should do so in consultation with the programme coordinator, as possibilities need to be sought to accommodate the internship within the framework of the programme.
You complete the Identity and Integration programme by executing your own in-depth research project. We will help you find a suitable thesis supervisor. Upon completion, you will have gained profound understanding of the complexity of a theme of your own choice and you will have mastered the necessary skills to conduct independent research in this field.
For detailed course information, see: