The Master’s Programme Euroculture: Society, Politics and Culture in a Global Context (Erasmus Mundus) is a full time, four semesters MA degree programme offered by a Consortium of 8 European universities and 4 non-European universities.
The programme addresses the most challenging, interrelated issues Europe is facing today, such as migration patterns, lasting effects of the 2008 financial crisis, the rapidly changing geo-political context, drawbacks of globalisation, xenophobia, populism and most recently the Brexit, containing a mix of all these elements. The programme builds on more than 15 years of experience of coping with topics and concepts such as multiculturalism, political governance, various levels of (cultural) identity politics (European, national and local) and evolving cultural-social-political processes on the basis of a truly innovative, multilingual, interdisciplinary approach, recognised and financially supported by the European Union.
The programme offers a genuine multicultural and international classroom setting at all partner universities as an integral part of its existence. Mandatory mobility between the different consortium universities is a crucial element of the Euroculture programme. Through its international exchange, the MA Programme Euroculture offers the chance to gain experience with different languages, perspectives, and social and cultural practices. All students study in at least two partner institutions.
The programme offers two tracks to its students. The research track is tailored for further developing research skills at any partner university, and is particularly recommended for students with the aim of pursuing a PhD. The professional track consists of a tailored placements in one of the many associated cultural or political institutions.
To get a feel for the Euroculture atmosphere, you can consult the student-edited journal “Euroculturer” at https://euroculturer.eu/
You can also get a first taste of the Euroculture theme at the free Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), at https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/european-culture
Euroculture at the University of Deusto
The University of Deusto focuses particularly on the historical roots of European integration, the current political organisation of European peoples and issues of democratic legitimacy in the European Union, as well as on European values and cultural identity and the construction of European transnational communities. The research seminars focus on EU relations with India and Latin America, and selected students have the option of receiving hands-on research training in the international relations research group.
- University of Deusto, Spain
- University of Groningen, The Netherlands (Co-ordinating institution)
- Palacky University of Olomouc, Czech republic
- University of Strasbourg, France
- Georg-august University of Göttingen, Germany
- University of Udine, Italy
- Jagiellonian University Krakow, Poland
- Uppsala University, Sweden