Migration and Intercultural Relations

In the 21st century, migration processes increasingly contribute to the shaping of societies. The presence of migrants consequently adds emphasis to intercultural relations and communication, which are of key importance for social cohesion. The European Master of Arts in Migration and Intercultural Relations (EMMIR) responds to this trend by providing a state-of-the-art education in theoretical concepts, empirical methods and trans-disciplinary approaches to migration studies. The EMMIR has been jointly run by seven institutions: University of Oldenburg, Germany University of Stavanger, Norway University of South Bohemia, Czech Republic University of Nova Gorica, Slovenia Ahfad University for Women, Omdurman, Sudan Mbarara University of Science & Technology, Uganda University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa The programme is administered by the University of Oldenburg, and students must commence their studies in Germany. For the second semester all students move to the University of Stavanger. After the second semester they can decide where they will go on exchange to other partner institutions.
Application deadline

Scholarship applicants: January 15

Self-funded applicants: April 1

Formal prerequisites

A Bachelor's degree (or an equivalent qualification) in a field related to migration studies is required:

  • Social sciences
  • History
  • Cultural studies
  • Educational sciences
  • Law
  • Economics
  • Development Studies
  • Journalism

Proficiency in English on an advanced level is required and must be documented. For more information, please visit the programme's website.

Tuition No tuition fee
Degree level Master, 2 years
City Stavanger
Credits 120.0