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Master: European Regional Master Degree Democracy and Human Rights in SEE, Sarajevo - Bologna‏


THE EUROPEAN REGIONAL MASTER’S DEGREE IN DEMOCRACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN SOUTH EAST EUROPE

Sarajevo - Bologna
A.Y. 2012-2013



The European Regional Master’s Degree in Human Rights and Democracy in South East Europe (ERMA) is an intensive one-year Master programme established through the joint efforts of the participating universities and coordinated by the Universities of Sarajevo and Bologna. At present it is in its tenth year of implementation. The Programme is co-financed by the European Commission and the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

In the a.y 2012/2013 ERMA shall be implemented as a double degree programme: one diploma will be issued by the University of Sarajevo and one by the University of Bologna.



The Master Programme bears 60ECTS and is structured in three terms/two semesters – I) November 2012 – June 2013: Lecturing period at the University of Sarajevo (semester I); II) June – July 2013: Internship work across South East Europe and III) September – October 2013: Master’s Theses writing-up period at the University of Bologna (semester II). The teaching activities involve renowned Faculty members coming from more than 25 European and other countries. Internships take place at various regional NGOs, IGOs, think-tanks and research institutes dealing with issues of human rights and democracy in South East Europe. The third term is hosted by the University of Bologna Residential Centers in Italy.



Each academic year the Programme enrolls 30 students from the countries of South East Europe and the European Union. Starting from a.y.2011-2012 applications from the Caucasus and Russia are also accepted. The university degree of the applicants must be earned during studies lasting either 4 or 5 years within the former undergraduate studies provisions, or 5 years (3+2) within I and II cycle studies provisions in accordance with the Bologna process.



THE APPLICATION PROCESS FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2012/2013 IS NOW OPEN.



Interested candidates should submit the filled in application form and all other required documentation to the Center for Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Studies of the University of Sarajevo.



The Programme offers study grants to students coming from the target countries (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia, Macedonia, EU countries, Caucasus and Russia).

The application form and additional information on admission shall be available soon at: www.cps.edu.ba



The deadline for the full application package to be RECEIVED is:



August 31, 2012