The Master in Nationalism Studies is designed to attract top international students. The student profile of our interdisciplinary programme is broad and includes candidates with undergraduate degrees in History, Geography, Political Science, Sociology, Anthropology, International Relations, Journalism, Law and Economics. Graduates with other humanities and social science degrees will be also considered.
Both the student’s academic record and the applicant’s resumé will be taken into account for the admissions process.
We recruit and enrol talented students taking into consideration the following criteria: academic record (80%); professional experience in a field related to the Master’s programme (5%); how does the applicant’s CV relate to the Master’s programme (10%); the applicant’s long-term projected career in relation to the Master’s programme (5%).