E.MA European Master's Degree in Human Rights and DemocratisationEIUC Centro Inter Universitario
- Venezia - lido
- Crediti: 60
Domande più frequenti
· Quali sono gli obiettivi del corso?
One of the most significant contributions of the EU to human rights education is represented by the E.MA programme. E.MA has been designed in order to establish a common pool of highly qualified and motivated human rights experts who will work either in European governmental, inter-governmental and non-governmental human rights institutions or who will be sent, on behalf of the EU or other organisations, to work in the field.
· A chi è diretto?
E.MA is open to EU and non-EU citizens.
E.MA students are selected on the basis of their academic ability and background, experience, motivation, and language competence. Whilst the minimum academic requiremet is 180 ECTS, additional study and practical experience in inter-governmental, governmental, or non-governmental organisations working in the area of human rights and democratisation are helpful and enrich the learning environment. On average, each year the E.MA class includes 25% of students with prior practical experience
· In cosa si differenzia questo corso dagli altri?
E.MA is both a residential and an exchange programme, the first semester from September 2016 to January 2017 is held at EIUC premises in Venice and the second one from February to July 2017 takes place in one of the 41 partecipating universities within the members states of the European Union.
· Quali saranno i passi successivi alla richiesta di informazioni?
More information of the E.MA, the professors and the programme can be found here: http://eiuc.org/education/ema
Cosa impari in questo corso?
Human Rights and Gender Issues
The academic year of the European Master’s Programme in Human Rights and Democratisation is divided into two semesters:
- First Semester: September to January in Venice, Italy
- Second Semester: February to July in one of the 41 E.MA participating universities located throughout the European Union
The degree components are the following:
- First Semester
Thematic Sections 1-5 (50% of the total mark, equivalent to 30 ECTS credits)
- Second Semester
At least two assessed course units (15% of the total mark, equivalent to 9 ECTS credits)
- Thesis (35% of the total mark, equivalent to 21 ECTS credits)