Deadline January 15
The Joint European Master in Women's and Gender Studies is addressed to students interested in women's studies, gender studies and equal opportunities policies. The programme provides an opportunity to acquire professional qualifications and to benefit from mobility as students are expected to study at different European universities. This inter-university and interdisciplinary postgraduate programme gives a unique possibility to obtain a double diploma from the home and partner institution acknowledged by all GEMMA Consortium members. The two-year programme started in September 2007 and will accept both students from the European Union and third countries.
5.500 Euro per year
* Third country students are eligible for 2 years of full funding
Tuition waivers available on a competitive basis
(For description of who is eligible for 3rd country status: www.ugr.es/~gemma)
Note: All students who have applied for one year MA in Gender Studies at CEU are also eligible to apply for GEMMA. In case they are accepted in both programs, they will be offered a possibility to choose.
University of Granada, Spain (Coordinator) http://www.ugr.es/~iem/
University of Bologna, Italy http://www.lingue.unibo.it/DLLSM/default.htm
Central European University of Budapest, Hungary
University of Helsinki, Finland http://www.helsinki.fi/university/
University of Hull, United Kingdom http://www.hull.ac.uk/socsci/
University of Ljubljana, Slovenia http://www.ish.si/a_ag_description.htm
University of Lodz, Poland http://www.wsmip.uni.lodz.pl/
University of Oviedo, Spain http://www.uniovi.es/CIFEM/index.html
University of Utrecht, the Netherlands http://www.genderstudies.nl/