MITRA "Migrations transnationales"
MITRA — Erasmus Mundus Master
MITRA is an innovative programme of excellence at Master’s level funded by the ERASMUS Mundus Programme of the European Commission. MITRA is a bilingual (English and French) interdisciplinary programme taught over two years with a focus on transnational migration.
Prompted by the widespread contemporary experience of transnational mobility and migration, MITRA aims to equip graduates with expertise in transnational migration issues and intercultural mediation.
For more information, see the MITRA Website
The programme is offered by seven universities in Europe, Africa and Latin America, including UCC. The duration of the programme is twenty-four months and this period includes a semester of study in the host institution, Université de Lille and three further semesters in one of the other partner institutions, according to your specialized stream of choice.
Students who are accepted on the programme are eligible to receive scholarships funded through ERASMUS Mundus to cover study costs.
UCC is a partner in the MITRA programme and students can spend their third semester here. To find out more about the programme, feel free to contact Dr. Hannah Silvester, firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the 2020/2021 academic year*, students studied the following module:
- LW6634: Refugee and Forced Displacement Law (10 Credits)
Along with two of:
- LL6008: Mobility, Plurilingualism and Intercultural Communication in a Globalized World (10 Credits)
- LL6037: Migration and Culture (10 Credits)
- LL6038: Metropolis, Mobility and Minorities (10 Credits)
Students can also choose to study a language during their time at UCC.
More information about these modules is available in UCC’s book of modules.
* Please note, this is for indication only - modules available for study can vary from year to year depending on staffing and other factors.