Identity and Integration (European Studies)
The Master's in Identity and Integration is a one year programme in which you cover identity politics, cultural and political memory, nationalism, cultural policies and heritage, East-West relations and the history of European integration and the idea of Europe. The core courses of the first semester offer an in-depth introduction to cultural diversity and nationalism in Europe, as well as European identity and the politics of European memory. In the second semester, you can tailor the programme to your interests through a wide range of electives and the Master's thesis.
The Master's in Identity and Integration comprises 60 ECTS credits:
- 18 credits for core courses.
- 24 credits for electives.
- 18 credits for a Master's thesis.
The Master's thesis is an individual research project carried out by the student under the supervision of two faculty members. The subject of the thesis should relate to topics covered in the courses and will be mutually agreed upon by the student and the main supervisor. The thesis should be started during the student's first semester and should be completed at the end of the student's second semester.
Detailed course information
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Students who show exceptional promise during a regular or professional Master's programme are encouraged to continue their studies in a research Master's programme. Once students are admitted to the research Master's programme, they can transfer credits earned during their previous course of study towards their Research Master's degree. The Examinations Board determines which courses qualify for transfer.