(Buskerud University College, Norway) – Received by e-mail, by Audrey Osler, Date; 22 novembre 2011
Dear Friends and Colleagues, I have been involved in the development of an exciting new interdisciplinary MSc Human Rights and Multiculturalism, available at Buskerud University College, Norway. The first students are due to graduate in summer 2012 and the programme is now recruiting for entry in August 2012. I hope that well qualified applicants from across the globe will be encouraged to seek a place.
This is a two-year (120 ECTS) programme open to both Norwegian and international students and addressing human rights and cultural diversity at local, national, regional and international scales. The programme is taught in English throughout. The MSc programme is designed to accommodate students with a first degree in range of academic disciplines. Those with a background in the social sciences, education, law or the humanities are welcome to apply, as are students whose first degree may be interdisciplinary, for example, development studies.
Buskerud University College is situated in Drammen, a small town just 40 minutes train ride from central Oslo. There are no tuition fees payable in Norway, for Norwegian or international students, although the cost of living is relatively high, in comparison with other European countries. Some bursaries are available to students from specific countries. Further information is available here.
All further enquires about the MSc Human Rights and Multiculturalism to should be sent to this address.
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