Human Rights and Multiculturalism

The Master programme in Human Rights and Multiculturalism is a two years (120 ECTS) interdisciplinary program focusing on human rights and culture at local, national, regional and international level. The programme is designed to accommodate students with degrees in different academic disciplines.

It is also offered as a postgraduate degree course within the field of teacher education.

Application deadline EU/EEA: March 1 Outside EU/EEA: December 1
Formal prerequisites Applicants must fulfil the basic entrance requirements for matriculation at a Norwegian institution of higher education. In addition to the basic entrance requirements, applicants for the Master's programmes must provide documentary evidence of the following:

For Masters programmes, the minimum requirement is three (3) years of study at university level, i.e. minimum Bachelors Degree level (or equivalent. The MSc in Human Rights and Multiculturalism offers an interdisciplinary higher education in human rights and multiculturalism for teachers with specialisation within the social sciences and others with a Bachelor degree containing at least 90 ECTS studies within the social sciences.

In addition you will have to provide proof of English language proficiency. See more on the programme webpage.

Applicants must document all their relevant education with officially certified copies of certificates, diplomas, transcripts etc. in the original language and authorised translations if the original documents are not in English or a Scandinavian language.
Tuition No
Degree level Master
City Drammen
Credits 120 ECTS
Language of teaching English