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Dette er studietilbudet for studieår 2019-2020. Endringer kan komme.


The Internship (300 hours of work) offers students the opportunity to tackle specific issues in the field of Migration and Intercultural Relations. Main areas for internships and the related projects are: aid and advocacy, research and documentation, civil society and culture, local authorities, schools and continuing education. Students will be encouraged and supported to work "in the Field", including empirical research as the project dimension of their internship. Students will evaluate their internship work and their project documenting their findings in a report.

Learning outcome

Students will have acquired:
  • an individual profile linking his/her disciplinary with transdisciplinary perspectives having expert knowledge in a specific area, documented through internship and MA thesis, further accentuated by:
  • a bi-/multilingual profile, applied in the context of EMMIR for research, interaction in the field (internship) and/or academic writing
  • the ability to present work results to various audiences/in a variety of contexts
  • the ability to engage in self-reflective interaction, including the identification and critique of power-driven, discriminating forms of communication/interaction
  • competencies in team-work in inter-/trans-cultural contexts and skills around orienting oneself and working in hitherto unfamiliar areas/countries

Contents

The Internship (300 hours of work) offers students the opportunity to tackle specific issues in the field of Migration and Intercultural Relations. Main areas for internships and the related projects are: aid and advocacy, research and documentation, civil society and culture, local authorities, schools and continuing education. Students will be encouraged and supported to work "in the Field", including empirical research as the project dimension of their internship. Students will evaluate their internship work and their project documenting their findings in a report.

Required prerequisite knowledge

None.

Exam

Weight Duration Marks Aid
Written project report (20 pages)1/1 A - F

Course teacher(s)

Course coordinator
Ketil Fred Hansen

Method of work

Empirical research, elaboration on practical tasks, tutorials, independent reading and writing.
Workload: 420 hours:
20 contact hours
300 hrs Internship
100 hrs assignments: project report

Open to

European Master in Migration and Intercultural Relations

Course assessment

Report

Literature



Dette er studietilbudet for studieår 2019-2020. Endringer kan komme.

Sist oppdatert: 16.06.2019