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Borderology (Joint Master Degree)

This study programme will not be open for enrolment for new students autumn 2019


How do you collaborate across borders? How do you understand traditional, cultural and environmental differences? The study programme explores how collaboration in border zones can develop tools for solving conflicts locally, nationally and globally - thereby creating a new type of international dialogue largely neglected in traditional state diplomacy.

Programme description

How do you collaborate across borders? How do you understand traditional, cultural and environmental differences? The study programme explores how collaboration in border zones can develop tools for solving conflicts locally, nationally and globally - thereby creating a new type of international dialogue largely neglected in traditional state diplomacy.

Study model

The information applies to the current academic year. Changes may occur.
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Admission requirements

Higher education entrance qualification


Documented proficiency in English language

 

Completed bachelor's degree equivalent to a Norwegian bachelor's degree, with an average grade of C or better.

 

Note: This is a part-time programme, which does not provide grounds for study residency in Norway. Please ensure that you will be able to attend seminars on location in Finnmark, Norway prior to application.

 

https://www.nord.no/en/studies/admission/how-to-apply-master

 

 

 

 

Further education

Graduates can apply for admission to the PhD in Professional Practice at Nord University. Students should contact MASU regarding admission requirements for the doctoral programmes at MASU.

Study abroad

Half of the seminars will be given in Northern Norway and the other half in the Murmansk-region (Russia).

Application deadline and admission

ECTS Credits 120
Study level Master
Scope Part time
Teaching language English
Police certificate of conduct No
Campus Bodø

Application deadline and admission

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