21. December 2021

International Masters in Slavery, Forced Migration & Reparative Justice International Masters in Slavery, Forced Migration & Reparative Justice

As consortium partner, the BCDSS draws attention to a new joint international Masters program in Slavery, Forced Migration & Reparative Justice, starting in September 2022.

The two-year program offers a unique opportunity to study the history of slavery and reparatory justice from a global and comparative perspective, building on the expertise of seven European universities.

Find out more: https://www.gla.ac.uk/postgraduate/taught/slaveryforcedmigrationreparativejustice/  

International Masters
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You will have an international learning experience that involves studying, training and conducting research in a number of European countries over a period of two years. The programme combines rigorous academic training in historical theory and practice with hands-on professional skills development. You will have the chance to study in three different European countries, spending the first semester at the University of Glasgow and the second semester at Radboud University in the Netherlands. 

For the third semester, you can choose between five European universities. You can either study Bonn, at the Bonn Center for Dependency and Slavery Studies, Wroclaw, Lisbon, Barcelona, or Nantes, depending on your chosen study track. Each semester, you will have a combination of core and optional courses, and the local program convenors will work with you to tailor a portfolio of courses according to your personal aims and objectives. In the fourth semester, you will write a research dissertation, typically at the university where you have spent your third semester.  

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