- Degree type
- Language of education
- 24 months
- Tuition fee EU/EEA
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- Tuition fee Non EU/EEA
- Please enquire
- Education type
- Start of program
- Application deadline
- Netherlands Government
- Type of institution
- Research University
The Master's in Migration, Ethnic Relations and Multiculturalism allows you to develop the knowledge, attitude and skills needed to evaluate and conduct premiere research in this important field.
This programme is linked to the European Research Centre on Migration and Ethnic Relations (ERCOMER). It is one of the oldest Research Master's programme at Utrecht University and was evaluated as one of the top three research masters in the Netherlands by the Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders in 2009.
The MERM programme focuses on the analysis of different phases and aspects of migration flows, the (social, political and psychological) integration of immigrants and ethnic minorities in different societies, and the positive (tolerance, multiculturalism) and negative (discrimination and racism) responses of host societies. Looking for more information? On www.uu.nl/programmes/merm you will find more information on the study programme, on where our alumni start their professional careers and much more.
About Utrecht University
Utrecht University is a top international university that holds a top 100 position in the international university rankings. It offers a broad range of high-quality Dutch- and English-taught programs and courses. The English curriculum consists of Bachelor's and Master’s degree programs, certificate courses, and Summer School courses. In addition, some of the world’s most talented students come to Utrecht University to do their PhD research.
Research has always played a fundamental role in Utrecht University’s degree programs. Course content is closely linked to top-class research. Students are taught in small groups by top researchers and lecturers, mostly experts in their field. Utrecht University is at the forefront of developments in interdisciplinary knowledge. Our research continues to have impact in fields ranging from biochemistry and biophysics to human rights and culture.
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Grade averageWe ask for a GPA of 3.4. Students with a GPA between 3.0 and 3.4 may be eligible and will have a chance of being selected if their previous studies fit well within the programme, according to the programme's admissions committee.
Written requestWe ask for a motivational letter including curriculum vitae, and two reference letters.
Knowledge minimumThis research master programme has a statistical entrance requirement, which entails the following:
(i) a basic course in introductory statistics including topics such: univariate descriptive statistics, correlation, univariate regression, one-way anal
Language requirementsCAE: B1, CPE: C1, IELTS overall band: 6.5, IELTS writing: 6, TOEFL internet based: 93
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