Master South European Studies EMJMD

Project acronym: EUROSUD

Topics: euromediterranean partnership, education, mobility, International Affairs

Disciplinary fields: human sciences, history, languages

SummaryThe “South European Studies” ERASMUS MUNDUS joint Master Degree EUROSUD brings together six European consortium Partner Universities (University of Glasgow, AMU, University of Athens, University Autónoma of Madrid, LUISS Rome, University of Lisbon). It aims to offer an international learning experience that involves studying, training and conducting research in the programme partners over a period of two years and providing a cross-cultural student experience through multiple mobility periods. At AMU, students will be integrated into the Master Etudes européennes et internationales, pathway “Coopération euroméditerranéenne“.

The programme’s focus is unique in examining Southern Europe as a region with a distinct identity and role in the world. In recent years, Southern Europe has found itself at the very centre of the most important challenges facing the world today (victory and consolidation of liberal democratic norms, the tensions and achievements of European Integration, the rise of populist anti-establishment parties, the refugee crisis…). The programme will endeavour to explore these developments in depth, utilising a wealth of theorical and methodological approaches drawn from the humanities and social sciences, to produce graduates with highly sought after regional expertise, a solid grounding in International Affairs and Advanced research and professional skills.

Project interlocutor: Mauve CARBONELL, Temps, Espaces, Langages, Europe Méridionale, Méditerranée, TELEMME (UMR 7303)

Project duration: 09/01/2019 – 08/31/2021

Call for proposal: Académie d’Excellence 2017

Photography credits: Photo by Kévin Hikari on Unsplash

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