SEOS is an interdisciplinary 2-year joint Master‘s program (120 ECTS) fully delivered in English. It is offered by 8 world-class European universities, pooling their complementary and internationally renowned expertise in engaged research on superdiversity:
SEOS students will delve into the profound effects of superdiversity on education, institutions, and broader society. They’ll hone the ability to critically analyze diversification processes and foster a collaborative vision for a European future rooted in justice and rights-based principles, championing inclusive practices. SEOS strives to empower tomorrow’s leaders with the 21st-century competencies and insights essential for navigating the complexities of superdiverse communities.
The 8 universities are partners in the European university alliance UNIC (European University of Cities in Post-Industrial Transition).
Learn more about the new SEOS Master’s program at https://www.unic.eu/en/seos
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