Courses

Migration and Europe:
borders, mobility and the future of the EU

3 -7 July, 2017, Middlesex University, London

The Summer School is a joint effort of Middlesex University, the University of Barcelona and the Autonomous University of Barcelona and is planned to take place in London from the 3rd to the 7th of July 2017. The course is designed to provide participants with an understanding of some major and interconnected issues concerning European migration and mobility. Specifically, the course is divided into five themes. [click here to read more]


MA Migration, Society and Policy

With migration regularly at the top of the European and global agenda, the need for skilled professionals who can make sense of the raw data, grasp complex policy systems and assess their impact on contemporary societies is more apparent than ever.

This master’s degree offers a contemporary and interdisciplinary focus on migration and related socio-political and policy issues, combining theoretical, methodological and practice-oriented training relevant to a number of career routes in academia, policymaking, the public sector, the community sector and NGOs.

It features a wide range of study options from disciplines such as Law, Politics and Sociology, as well as incorporating opportunities to undertake field trips, placements and internships, both locally and internationally.

This programme benefits from the contribution of internationally renowned experts, who operate within prominent global networks of researchers and practitioners. Middlesex University is the only London-based member of IMISCOE, the largest European network of researchers on migration and integration.

For further information:
www.mdx.ac.uk/courses/postgraduate/migration-society-policy


Summer Course – The Refugee Crisis and the EU’s Response

Barcelona, 18-22 July 2016

The Summer School is a joint effort of the University of Barcelona and Middlesex University. The course is designed to provide participants with an understanding of the current refugee crisis, which will be examined from a range of disciplinary perspectives including law, sociology and political science. Classes will be given by academics and professionals in the field of refugee, asylum and migration from different European universities and organizations and will be complemented by practical exercises, debates and research work. At the end of course participants will be asked to write a report and will receive a certificate of participation.

For further information and to book a place:
http://www.cermigracions.org/es/page/summer-course-0

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