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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Kultur-, Sozial- und Bildungswissenschaftliche Fakultät - Institut für Asien- und Afrikawissenschaften

Global Studies Programme

 

For detailed information please visit www.global-studies-programme.org.

 

The Global Studies Programme (GSP) is a two-year Master program. Its mission is to study social sciences in various cultures and regions. It is jpintly conducted by Humboldt-Universität zu BerlinChulalongkorn University (Bangkok), Jawaharlal Nehru University (New Delhi), and FLACSO Argentina (Buenos Aires). Each institution is among the best in its region.

 

Students begin the program in Germany at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. They spend the following two semesters on different continents and their final semester writing a Master thesis in Berlin. Students are also encouraged to complete an internship, for example at embassies, NGOs, development agencies and prestigious organizations such as UNICEF, UNDP, and the World Bank. Upon completion of the program, a joint degree is awarded.

 

Students learn to approach the world and globalization from various regional perspectives and disciplines. The program focuses on multicentric social theory and politics. The multicultural experience  is enhanced by the multicultural composition of the group of students. Each group comprises students from all parts of the world.

 

 

Facts
Joint degrees offered Master of Global Studies, PhD
Participating institutions Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
FLACSO Argentina (the top social science network in Latin America)
Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi (the top Indian social science university)
Chulalongkorn University (one of Southeast Asia’s best universities)
Curriculum Globalization, global governance, cultural change and social theory, methodology (research) plus international internship and colloquium
Semesters The Master program starts April 10 and ends two years later. The first semester at Humboldt Universität starts on 10 April
Language of instruction English (optional local language courses)
Admission requirements BA in social sciences, good mastery of English
Application deadline

January 15, 2013. Applicants are encouraged to apply as early as possible.

Costs Fees (100-800 Euro per semester), flights, living costs (150-700 Euro per month depending on location)
Scholarships Limited financial assistance available

 

Curriculum
Semester/Place Area Globalization Area Global Governance Area Cultural Change Area Methodology ECTS
1 Berlin Module 1:
Theories of Globalization, 4 hrs, 7 ECTS
2: Two electives, 2 hrs, 7 ECTS 3: Social theory, 2 hrs, 7 ECTS 4: Methodology, 2 hrs, 7 ECTS 28
2 South Africa or Buenos Aires 5:
Global Public Spheres, 2 hrs, 7 ECTS
6:
Global Economy and Society, 2 hrs, 7 ECTS
7:
Culture and Identity, 2 hrs, 7 ECTS
8:
Empirical Research Project, 2 hrs, 7 ECTS
28
3 Bangkok or Delhi 9: Modernization and Development, 2 hrs, 7 ECTS 10: International Institutions, 2 hrs, 7 ECTS 11: Communication, Knowlege and Culture, 2 hrs, 7 ECTS 12:
Sociology of Knowledge, 2 hrs, 7 ECTS
28
Any Place 13: Professional qualifications
Internship and other qualifications (language, IT etc.)
8
4 Berlin 14: Final semester
Colloquium, 2 hrs, 3 ECTS
Master’s thesis, 25 ECTS
28

 

Please feel free to contact the local coordinator Dr. Seth Schindler by e-mail.