Intercultural Mediation: Identities, Mobilities, Conflicts Erasmus Mundus Master's course
MITRA rests on a common core curricula and three specializations structure with the purpose of responding to the needs of an accommodated professionalization which is based on a strong interdisciplinary endeavour. MITRA is concerned with the employability potential of its diplomas and therefore suggests a 4 semester bilingual programme (120 ECTS) with two or three mobility phases within the consortium, fieldwork and a final joint Master’s thesis aiming at the construction of a coherent individual training route/career.
The common core curricula in Lille are meant to bring students around chief, fundamental concepts, around problematizing efforts and around methods that are necessary for the training programme. Besides the participating engagement, which constitutes the essential of the methodological formation in the 1st semester, the MITRA student is progressively skilled, throughout the courses, in the assembly conduct, group discussion, decision-making, and in negotiation and argumentation. There are three specializations (organized, integrated and structured based on the expertise of the consortium) which will organize the mobility of students:
1st Specialization: - Crises, conflicts, civil society is based on specific approaches pertaining to political philosophy and sociology (UBB, UCAD/UFRJ, UBB/Lille);
2nd Specialization: - The migrant subject: social accounts and practices – is oriented towards anthropology, letters, languages, and towards social psychology (K.U. Leuven, UFRJ/UNAM, K.U. Leuven/Lille)
3rd Specialization: - Territories and mobilities: comparative approach – is inviting particularly anthropology, history and geography (UW, UCC/UCAD, UW/Lille)
Scholarships should be considered as "full scholarships" covering all necessary costs of the student during his/her study period in Europe
A. Formal criteria (20/70)- CV + Quality of previous cursus (Transcript of grade), Letters of recommendation
- Diplomas (Licence BA / Master MA / Doctorat PhD)
B. Qualitative criteria (30/70)- Motivation
- Pertinence of the project related to the topics of MITRA, topicality
- Argumentation, use of concepts, methodology employed, scientific culture of the project: bibliography
C. Language criteria (20/70)- French level < B1 to level C2
- English level < B1 to level C2
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