Universidad de Granada - Espagne
Aucun contenu n’est disponible pour cette langue.
The MA Women’s and Gender Studies (GEMMA) programme is the first MA of its kind and is recognised by the EU as a ‘Masters of Excellence’. It falls in line with the implementation of the Bologna Process in European postgraduate provision. It carries high prestige within the European Union and sponsored by the European Commission. It involves a consortium partnership between seven European universities: Hull (UK), Granada (Spain), Oviedo (Spain), Utrecht (Netherlands), Bologna (Italy), Lodz (Poland) and Central European University (Budapest, Hungary). Rutgers (State University of New Jersey) has now also joined the Consortium. Successful applicants spend one year in their selected ‘home’ institution and all or half of their second year at a selected partner university.