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University master's degree in Migratory Movements in the 21st Century: Concepts, Realities and Actions

Curriculum

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Modules

Credits ECTS

Module 1. Migratory movements: the what

12

Globalisation: a new stage

3

History and geography of mobility in the Mediterranean

3

Conceptual borders

3

immigration, rights and citizenship

3

M2. Migratory movements: the why

12

Economic and geopolitical causes of migrations

3

Socio-political conflicts in migration

3

International and European legal framework

3

Environmental crises and population movements

3

M3. Migratory movements: the how

12

The local legal framework: comparative perspective

3

Policies and initiatives for integrating immigrants

3

Integration management models

3

The social image of the other: stereotypes and consequences

3

M4. Research in migratory movements

12

Methodology seminar I. Quantitative techniques

3

Methodology seminar II. Qualitative techniques

3

Seminar on experiences

3

Seminar on research

3

M5. Optional subjects

 12 or 24*

M6. Master’s thesis

 18

M7. Professional practices (Optional Module)

12

Total

90

 
M5. Optional subjects.(Not all the optional subjects will be offered every year.) The final offer will depend on the agreement taken by the Master’s-Degree Studies Council)

- Other borders

4

- Religious diversity

4

- Population ageing and movements

4

- Spaces, dynamics and local integration policies

4

- Genealogy of racism and discrimination

4

- Immigration and welfare access

4

- Inspection and control of immigration regulations

4

- Human mobility, rights, social movements and resistance

4

- Shelter and unaccompanied minors

4

- Educational challenges in a diverse context

4

- System of protection for immigrants

4

- Decent work and immigration

4

- Legal channels for accessing and living in Spain

4

 

 

 

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